This was the smallest and most infamous of the four Nazi Labour Camps on Alderney during WW2 holding Jewish prisoners. Three gateposts to the rear of the island’s airport mark the entrance, one of which has a commemorative. Some ruins remain, including a number of sentry posts, some foundations and a small tunnel, which led from the camp commandant’s house to the inside of the camp. The commandant’s house was later moved to another part of the island.

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