Rab Concentration Camp


The Kampor concentration camp on the island of Rabu was an Italian fascist concentration camp in World War II. It was founded by the Italian occupying power on the island of Rab in July 1942 near Kampor.

The camp was disbanded in September 1943 after the capitulation of Italy.

There were approximately 15,000 detainees in the concentration camp, mostly Croats from Gorski Kotar, Jews and Slovenes. More than 4,000 people died from starvation and difficult living conditions, especially in winter and summer
In 1953, a memorial park was built in the area of ​​the camp, built by political prisoners on forced labor in the concentration camp on Goli Otok.

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Rab Island

Place Location

51280, Kampor


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