Gusen

Gusen or Güsen may refer to:

  • Gusen concentration camp, a Nazi concentration camp
  • Gusen (river), a river in Upper Austria
  • Sankt Georgen an der Gusen, a small municipality in upper Austria
  • A small village in the municipality of Langenstein, Austria
  • Güsen, Saxony-Anhalt, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

Other articles related to "gusen":

Mauthausen-Gusen Camp Trials - First Mauthausen Camp Trial
... The first trial of the Mauthausen-Gusen crew took place in the Dachau concentration camp between March 29 and May 13, 1946 ... The Mauthausen-Gusen commander, Franz Ziereis, was shot several weeks after the liberation of the Mauthausen-Gusen camps and died in former Camp Gusen ...
Franz Ziereis - Post-war Flight and Death
... military hospital set up in Gusen I where he eventually died ... corpse was later hung on the fence of Gusen I by former prisoners of Gusen ...
Lungitz
... During World War II it was the site of slave labour and the "Gusen III" sub-camp of the Mauthausen-Gusen system later on ... Although camp Gusen III was not opened earlier than December 1944, inmtes of camp Gusen worked in a brick production plant at Lungitz already in 1940 ... this early period, these inmates drove by truck every day from Gusen via St ...
Sankt Georgen An Der Gusen
... Sankt Georgen an der Gusen (lit ... Saint George's Town on the Gusen River) is a small market town in Upper Austria, Austria, between the municipalities of Luftenberg and Langenstein ... in the quarries and later the industries of the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp system ...