28 September - 30 January 2011. During the second world war, over 20 million men, women and children were taken to Germany and German-occupied territories to work as forced labour, on farms, building sites and factories.

Referred to as "foreign workers" these people hailed from all over Europe. The Jewish museum highlights their plight in the first exhibition of its kind to examine, through historical exhibits and archive photographs, the relationship that existed between Germans and the labourers.

Daily 10.00- 20.00 Mon. 10.00-22.00

General Info

Address Jewish Museum Berlin, Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, tel. +49(0)3025993300.
Website www.jmberlin.de

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Forced Labour: The Germans, the Forced Labourers and the War

Jewish Museum Berlin, Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, tel. +49(0)3025993300.

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