Former Prison of the Citadel Concentration camp



ID number:
01332
Title:
Former Prison of the Citadel Concentration camp
City:
Description:
Image description is temporarily available only in: Ukrainian
Subject:
Casernes, Citadel, barbed wire
Creator:
Unknown
Publisher:
Album "Germans in Lviv..."
Date:
1941-1944
Format:
Unknown
Copyright:
State Archives of Lviv Region
Collection:
Party Archive, DALO Branch, Ф.1, оп.4, од.зб.1
Category:
Technique:
Inscriptions:
Альбом "Немцы во Львове: фото-документы по расследованию злодеяний немецко-фашистских захватчиков и их сообщников в г. Львове и Львовской области"

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Former defence barracks were the military personnel living quarters and dislocation premises. The building was a core element of the Citadel complex. The building has two levels and two defense towers on the flanks. Built of unplastered red brick. Once home to the Austrian 30th Infantry Regiment. In 1864-65 the prison cells of the building held organizers and activists of the Polish February Uprising. In November 1918 the place served as quarters for the Ukrainian Sich Sharpshooters, and held a hospital for the wounded in the district of Citadel – Ossolineum. In the Polish period the building housed the 19th Infantry Regiment. In 1941-1944 the barracks, rearranged as prison cells, held Soviet, French, Belgian and Italian prisoners of war. In 1944-1980 the place housed the Soviet military detachments and sports company. From 1990 to the present day the barracks house вank and an office center.