Ilag

 

Ilag is an abbreviation of Internierungslager. The Ilags were used to house civilians, typically those living in an occupied country but were citizens of countries with whom Germany was at war, but they also held any civilians who were considered to be enemies of Germany. Where a camp has a "/Z" after it, such as Ilag 7/Z, this stands for Zweiglager and is a sub-branch of the main camp

 

Camp

 

Location

 

Country

 

Opened

 

Closed

 

Ilag

Bad Neuenahr

Germany

10/43

10/43

Ilag

Buchenwald

Germany

08/41

05/45

Ilag

Clermont

France

03/44

08/44

Ilag

Compiègne

France

06/41

09/44

Ilag

Dachau

Germany

?/41

05/45

Ilag

Drancy

France

?/40

08/44

Ilag

Giromagny

France

11/43

03/44

Ilag

Haaren

Holland

09/41

10/44

Ilag (Oflag 6)

Kreuzburg

Poland

01/44

04/44

Ilag (Stalag 344)

Kreuzburg

Poland

05/44

01/45

Ilag

Liebenau

Germany

?/41

?/45

Ilag

Rouen

France

-

08/42

Ilag

Saint-Denis

France

-

08/44

Ilag

Tost

Poland

10/40

03/41

Ilag 3

Treuenbrietzen

Germany

-

-

Ilag

Vittel

France

04/41

05/44

Ilag IV

Eisenberg, Post Ulbersdorf

Czech Republic

01/44

12/44

Ilag VB

Biberach

Germany

12/42

04/45

Ilag VZ

Wurzach

Germany

?/42

04/45

Ilag 6

Dorsten

Germany

09/39

11/42

Ilag 6

Bad Godesberg

Germany

11/42

?/45

Ilag VII

Laufen

Germany

01/42

05/45

Ilag VII/Z

Tittmoning

Germany

02/42

?/45

Ilag VIII

Tost

Poland

03/41

06/42

Ilag VIII/H

Tost

Poland

06/42

11/43

Ilag VIII/Z

Kreuzburg

Poland

07/42

11/43

Ilag 10

Sandbostel

Germany

04/41

?/42

Ilag XIII

Wülzburg

Germany

09/39

04/45

Ilag XVIII

Spittal

Austria

09/44

?/45

Ilag 21

Chludow

Poland

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