Under the title "Secret” Forced labor on Sachsenbergstraße: War sulfur Ni 365 "It is a new book with the subtitle" On the history of forced labor in armament projects of WIFO and IG Farben in Nordhausen (Thuringia) and of law on Kohnstein at Niedersachswerfen ". The book was published just in time for Christmas in North Publishing houses Iffland. Author is Nordhäuser Tim Schaefer. The nnz has looked the part.
This is the secret Nordhäuser armament project of IG Farben and the WIFO: the war sulfur plant Ni365, documented. The book with its more than 80 Pictures is very clearly. It describes structures, technical developments and equipment, from planning about 1937 to outline the early nineties. The main focus is the forced labor camp Leipziger Strasse in Niedersachswerfen, Analyzed conditions of forced labor and conditions of work.
Interesting details and linkages with the project Sachsenbergstraße, the subsequent deployment of prisoners but also reprisals against the salaried staff by the SS and Gestapo are described. Sachsenbergstraße here means the code name for the first major construction project in the Great Third Reich by WIFO in Kohnstein. The author succeeds in showing, that the IG Farben project Sachsenbergstraße and war sulfur Ni365 preceded the later medieval works as an SS company and the Dora concentration camp with forced labor, yes were basis for. Clarifying the question, whether in Nordhausen Nazi Germany during the war sulfur project Ni 365 have been developing and producing chemical weapons.
Besides many details can be found due to the evaluations circumstantial evidence, that there were employees of the company SS agent works, which may have been in active resistance to the conditions of the massive prisoner commitment and defense projects. Based on the case of a German engineer, was suspended as a saboteur by the SS in the tunnel in Kohnstein, This is an example worked out as version.
The book, a weighty part of the armor history in Central Germany, among others. at Nordhausen, with a volume of apparently more than 100 Million Reichsmarks describes, concludes with a detailed analysis on the question of property- and use rights from the Kohnstein. Just the obituary of the Kohnsteininteressenten of Nordhausen- Salza is likely to encounter in Nordhausen great interest.
It has succeeded, been included and processed in the legal opinion unpublished documents. With voltage of the reader learns about the decisions of the Soviets in Berlin, to expropriate the Kohnstein GDR times and much more. The book is now available in all Nordhäuser bookstores and the book trade.