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Defunct Trotskyist organizations in the United States

                                               

Seebe, Alberta

Seebe is a former hamlet in Alberta, Canada, within the Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8. It is a former Calgary Power Company Ltd. employee townsite that was closed on August 31, 2004. In to See to find the name comes from the Cree word for r ...

                                               

Dulag Luft

Dulag Luft were Prisoner of War transit camp for German-captured members of the Air Force during World War II. Their main purpose was to act as collection and interrogation centres for newly captured aircrew, before they were transferred in batch ...

                                               

Friesack Camp

Friesack Camp or Camp Friesack is a name commonly used to refer to a special World War II prisoner of war camp where a group of Irishmen serving in the British Army volunteered for recruitment and selection by Abwehr II and the German Army. The c ...

                                               

Stalag

In Germany, stalag was a term used for prisoner-of-war camps. Stalag is a contraction of Sta mm lag er", itself short for Kriegsgefangenen-Mannschaftsstammlager.

                                               

Itter Castle

Itter Castle is a 19th-century castle in Itter, a village in Tyrol, Austria. During World War II, it was turned into a Nazi prison for French VIPs and was the site of an extraordinary instance of the U.S. Army, German Wehrmacht, Austrian Resistan ...

                                               

Marlag und Milag Nord

Marlag und Milag Nord was a Second World War German prisoner-of-war camp complex for men of the British Merchant Navy and Royal Navy. It was located around the village of Westertimke, about 30 km north-east of Bremen, though in some sources the c ...

                                               

Stalag I-A

Stalag I-A was a German prisoner-of-war camp located near the village of Stablack, about 8.5 km north-west of PreuSisch Eylau, East Prussia. The camp was built in late 1939, Polish prisoners of war. In 1940, the poles were joined by Belgian and F ...

                                               

Stalag I-B

Stalag I-B Hohenstein was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located 2 kilometres west of Hohenstein, East Prussia. The camp was partially located on the grounds of the Tannenberg Memorial and initially included a set of wooden structures ...

                                               

Stalag I-F

Stalag I-F was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located just north of the town of Sudauen, incorporated into East Prussia after Nazi Germany invasion of Poland in 1939.

                                               

Stalag II-B

Stalag II-B was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp situated 2.4 kilometres west of the village of Hammerstein, Pomerania on the north side of the railway line.

                                               

Stalag II-D

Stalag II-D Stargard was a World War II German Army Prisoner-of-war camp located near Stargard, Pomerania, about 30 kilometres east of Stettin.

                                               

Stalag III-C

Stalag III-C was a German Army World War II POW camp for Allied soldiers. It was located on a plain near the village of Alt Drewitz bei Kustrin in the Neumark of the state of Brandenburg, about 50 mi east of Berlin. First, the camp served as a pl ...

                                               

Stalag III-D

The camp was established on 14 August 1940 on the corner of Landweg and Osdorfer StraSe in Berlin-Lichterfelde. The commandant and camp administration offices Kommandantur were later located at Belle-Alliance-StraSe 106-107, in Kreuzberg. With pr ...

                                               

Stalag IV-A

Stalag IV-A Elsterhorst was a World War II German Army prisoner-of-war camp located south of the village of Elsterhorst, near Hoyerswerda in Saxony, 44 kilometres north-east of Dresden.

                                               

Stalag IV-B

Stalag IV-B was one of the largest prisoner-of-war camps in Germany during World War II. Stalag is an abbreviation of the German Stammlager. It was located 8 km north-east of the town of Muhlberg in the prussian Province of Saxony, just east of t ...

                                               

Stalag IV-C

Stalag IV-C was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located in Wistritz, Sudetenland, just north of the town of Teplitz in the Erzgebirge region.

                                               

Stalag IV-D

The camp comprised two buildings located in the town. The main camp was located on Naundorfer Strasse, about 275 metres 300 yd south-west of the railway station. Originally a small print factory it was requisitioned for use as a POW camp in May 1 ...

                                               

Stalag IV-G

Stalag IV-G was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp for NCOs and enlisted men. It was not a camp in the usual sense, but a series of Arbeitslager scattered throughout the state of Saxony, administered from a central office on LutherstraSe ...

                                               

Stalag IX-B

Stalag IX-B was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located south-east of the town of Bad Orb in Hesse, Germany on the hill known as Wegscheidekuppel. The camp originally was part of a military training area set up before World War I by th ...

                                               

Stalag IX-C

Stalag IX-C was a German prisoner-of-war camp for Allied soldiers in World War II. Although its headquarters were located near Bad Sulza, between Erfurt and Leipzig in Thuringia, its sub-camps – Arbeitskommando – were spread over a wide area, par ...

                                               

Stalag Luft I

Stalag Luft I was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp near Barth, Western Pomerania, Germany, for captured Allied airmen. The presence of the prison camp is said to have shielded the town of Barth from Allied bombing. About 9.000 airmen – ...

                                               

Stalag Luft IV

The camp was opened in May 1944. In July of that year a military report was released which described such problems as inadequate shower facilities, unfit distribution of Red Cross parcels, and that prisoners complained about the food situation of ...

                                               

Stalag V-A

The prison camp had been constructed on the site of a former German military camp, that had once billeted German cavalry troops and their horses. The red brick stables were converted to barracks to house prisoners when the site was converted to a ...

                                               

Stalag VI-C

Stalag VI-C was a World War II German POW camp located 6 km west of the village Oberlangen in Emsland in north-western Germany. It was originally built with five others in the same marshland area as a prison camp for Germans. From 1939 till 1945 ...

                                               

Stalag VII-A

Stalag VII-A was Germanys largest prisoner-of-war camp during World War II, located just north of the town of Moosburg in southern Bavaria. The camp covered an area of 35 hectares. It served also as a transit camp through which prisoners, includi ...

                                               

Stalag VIII-F

Stalag VIII-F was a German prisoner of war camp for Soviet Red Army and Polish Home Army prisoners during World War II. It was located at the northern end of a Germany Army training area at Lamsdorf, Silesia, just to the north of Stalag VIII-B.

                                               

Stalag XI-A

Stalag XI-A was a German World War II prisoner-of-war camp, located just to the east of the village of Altengrabow and in the south of Dornitz in Saxony-Anhalt, about 90 km south-west of Berlin.

                                               

Stalag XI-B

Stalag XI-B and Stalag XI-D / 357 were two German World War II prisoner-of-war camp located just to the east of the town of Fallingbostel in Lower Saxony, in north-western Germany.

                                               

Stalag XIII-C

Stalag XIII-C was a German Army World War II prisoner-of-war camp built on what had been the training camp at Hammelburg, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany.

                                               

Stalag XIII-D

Stalag XIII-D Nurnberg Langwasser was a German Army World War II prisoner-of-war camp built on what had been the Nazi party rally grounds in Nuremberg, northern Bavaria.

                                               

Stalag XVIII-A

Stalag XVIII-A was a World War II German Army prisoner-of-war camp located to the south of the town of Wolfsberg, in the southern Austrian state of Carinthia, then a part of Nazi Germany. A sub-camp Stalag XVIII-A/Z was later opened in Spittal an ...

                                               

World War I prisoner of war camps in England

                                               

World War II prisoner of war camps in England

                                               

World War II prisoner of war camps in Scotland

                                               

World War II prisoner of war camps in Wales

                                               

Gilford, County Down

Gilford is a village in County Down, Northern Ireland. The village sits on the River Bann between the towns of Banbridge, Tandragee and Portadown. It covers the townlands of Loughans, Ballymacanallen and Drumaran. It had a population of 1.573 peo ...

                                               

Holywood

Holywood is a town in the metropolitan area of Belfast in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is a civil parish and townland of 755 acres lying on the shore of Belfast Lough, between Belfast and Bangor. Holywood Exchange and Belfast City Airport ar ...

                                               

York Castle

York Castle is a fortified complex in the city of York, England. It has comprised a sequence of castles, prisons, law courts and other buildings, which were built over the last nine centuries on the south side of the River Foss. The now-ruined ke ...

                                               

Abingdon Gaol

                                               

Calton Jail

                                               

Farquhar Cattle Ranch

Charles A. Farquhar State Cattle Ranch was an Alabama Department of Corrections state prison for men, located south of the town of Greensboro in unincorporated Hale County, Alabama.

                                               

Litchfield County Jail

The 1812 Litchfield County Jail is a former correctional facility in Litchfield, Connecticut. It is the towns oldest public building and a former jail.

                                               

Wethersfield State Prison

Wethersfield State Prison was the second state prison in the state of Connecticut. Used between 1827 and 1963, it was later demolished and the site turned into a park on the banks of the Connecticut River.

                                               

Castle Island (Massachusetts)

Castle Island is a peninsula in South Boston on the shore of Boston Harbor. In 1928, Castle Island was connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land and is thus no longer an island. It has been the site of a fortification since 1634, and is ...

                                               

Camp Koehler

Camp Koehler was a 240-bed Level I work/medical camp located adjacent to Kinross Correctional Facility and was under there administration. Camp Koehler, which opened in 1988, included the Housing unit, a relatively new administration building, an ...

                                               

Florence Crane Correctional Facility

The prison was opened in April 1985, after the facility was taken over from the Coldwater Regional Center for Developmental Disabilities and renovated. A new housing unit and food service building were opened in March 2000. The prison was closed ...

                                               

Bradford County Jail

The Bradford County Jail served as the jail in Bradford County, Pennsylvania from 1873-1991. It was located in Towanda, Pennsylvania. The building is home to the Bradford County Museum.

                                               

Canberra Cosmos

                                               

Defunct soccer clubs in Tasmania

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