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Kalmanovich was deported and worked to death in a slave-labor camp but his son, Shalom Lurie, on a kibbutz in Israel, later edited and published his father’s diary.
He was caught in 2004, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced in 2006 to 13 years in a labor camp for treason.
Conditions in North Korean prisons or forced labor camps are often inhumane.
Her father and brother were forced into labor camps, leaving the children alone with their overwhelmed mother.
The inmates were willing to eat anything, attests Katz, a native of a small Carpathian Mountain town in present-day Ukraine who had been working in Budapest when he was taken to a labor camp in 1943 and then transferred to Mauthausen.
Valdez drove his tortillas out to labor camps in Caldwell, Parma, Marsing and Wilder.
The idea of the government seizing all the nation's farmland or forcing Americans into labor camps is without basis--except in Hollywood.
The labor camp overseer at first seems sympathetic to Hodel, only to reveal an abusive, venal nature.
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: a place where prisoners are kept and forced to do hard physical labor
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