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- WVHA : The economic and administrative organization of Nazi Germany's SS, whose responsibilities included the actual operation of concentration camps
- Oswald Pohl : SS-Obergruppenfuehrer, Waffen SS; Head of the SS WVHA; and its Amtsgruppe W; executed by verdict of the Pohl Case (NMT)
- Pohl Case (NMT) : Dealing with the part of the SS that concerned the economic aspects of the system of concentration camp, labor camps, and extermination camps, the case accused eighteen members of the WVHA with operating concentration camps or economic enterprises of the SS, using slave labor.
- Deutsche Erd- und Steinwerke GmbH : (DEST) or German Earth and Stone Works Company; a SS-owned company that ran rock quarries, mines, brick factories, etc. in concentration camps or with slave labor detachments; managed by Karl Mummenthey
- Mauthausen-Gusen Concentration Camp : A large system of concentration camps and subcamps in Austria; Mauthausen was the original camp; many deliberately killed but principally by starvation, overwork, beatings, and hurling into the rock quarry run by the Deutsche Erd- und Steinwerke GmbH
- Flossenburg Concentration Camp : Fourth Nazi concentration camp, established in 1938, of strict regime of slave labor in a stone quarry, not far from Weiden; also used for prominent prisoners
- Natzweiler Concentration Camp : A fairly small concentration camp, also called Struthof, near the town of Natzweiler, 55 kilomtres south of Strasbourg, France; had quarries and underground factories, and used for Nazi medical experiments.
- Gross Rosen Concentration Camp : Originally a subcamp of Sachsenhausen in lower Silesia, opened 2 August 1940 at the granite quarry of Gross-Rosen; became independent 1 May 1941; operated until mid-February 1945
- Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp : Third Nazi concentration camp, established in 1936, collecting prisoners, at first primarily political, from the Berlin area; located near Oranienburg, north of Berlin
- Buchenwald Concentration Camp : Located near on the northern slopes of the Ettersberg, about five miles northwest of Weimar in east-central Germany, second Nazi concentration camp established in 1937 as a camp for political prisoners, slave labor and medical experiments; one of the larger camps