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The list below, enumerates the selected sites of the Soviet forced labor camps known in Russian as the "corrective labor camps" of the Gulag. Most of them served mining, construction, and timber works. It is estimated that for most of its existence, the Gulag system consisted of over 30, camps, divided into three categories according to the number of prisoners held.
The largest camps consisted of more than 25, prisoners each, medium size camps held from 5, to 25, inmates, and the smallest, but most numerous labor camps operated with less than 5, people each. Initially, the list of Gulag slave labor camps in the USSR was created in Poland from the personal accounts of labor camp detainees of Polish citizenship. It was compiled by the government of Poland for the Vänd Dej Inte Om - Eldkvarn - Musik För Miljonärer of regulation and future financial compensation for World War II victims, and published in a decree of the Council of Ministers of Poland.
Camps listed were not designed specifically for the Poles. Citizens of the USSR and people of other nationalities were also detained there. In total, more than 18 million people were sent to the Gulag from to The so-called prisoners of war were generally imprisoned in special POW camps, which existed independently from the network of corrective labor camps, and were subordinated to a separate administrative apparatus within the NKVD since MVD.
However, a fair number of POWs ended up in the regular camp system eventually. Unlike Gulag camps, located primarily in remote areas mostly in Siberiamost of the POW camps after the war were located in the European part of the Soviet Union, where the prisoners worked on restoration of the country's infrastructure destroyed during the war: roads, railways, plants, etc.
Polish citizens and members of other nationalities who were imprisoned at the Soviet forced labour camps during World War II worked also for the Soviet Army, digging trenches, employed in lumber and cement works, airport runway construction, and unloading of transport goods.
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