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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 and was the place of execution for Admiral [[Wilhelm Canaris]] and Major-General [[Hans Oster,]], of the [[Abwehr]], and Pastor [[Dietrich Bonhoeffer]], all three accused in the [[20th of July Plot]] against [[Adolf Hitler]]
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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

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A definition or brief description of 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