Ravensbrück Concentration Camp
Medical Experiments Camp
Ravensbrück Concentration Camp was a female prison camp. By November 1938, 500 hundred male prisoners were transported from the Sachsenhausen concentration camp to construct buildings. Ravensbrück was an experimental camp. Although, nearly 2,250 inmates died in the gas chamber. Other inmates died from medical experiments; but 50,000 other inmates died of starvation, overwork, and despair.
More about Ravensbrück
The Barracks at Ravenbrück
These buildings are the shelters the women stayed in when they came to the concentration camp.
Ravensbrück Surgical and Experiment room
Inmates were injected with bacteria to find “cures” for certain disease. Amputations and bone transplants were also conducted.
Ravensbrück Gas Chambers
Pregnant Jews were sent to gas chamber but other ethnicities were sent to have abortions experimented on them.