Blechhammer Chemical Plants
I am a french living in Poland near the former places of Blechhammer chemical plants, now Blachownia Slaska and Zaklady Azotowe Kedzierzyn.
I am collecting information relating to the former Auschwitz sub-camp of Blechhammer (Bahnhofslager and Judenlager) and the other camps in the area, approximatively 40 camps and 45 000 prisonners - included British POW, working there.
The aim is to create a Web site dedicated to the concentration camp of Blechhammer and other camps formerly located there, in french, polish and english.
I discovered in your very interesting web site, aerial pictures of missions over Blechhammer and I wanted to know if I could publish some of them on the future web site, with sources and links.
Waiting for your response
PS: Here are few information I wrote in french Wikipedia relating to Blechhammer:
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blechhammer Jacques Lahitte ul. K. Wielkiego Kedzierzyn Kozle ... 47-232 Poland firstname.lastname@example.org
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