February 14, 1944 – May 8, 1945
Jungfern Breschan Manor, residence of the Heydrich Family, without date (Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial)
Former prisoners of the subcamp Jungfern Breschan, without date (Geschichtsarchiv der Zeugen Jehovas, Selters)
15 German, Dutch, Polish, and Czech Jehova's Witnesses.
The prisoners were forced to perform agricultural and forestry work on the manor estate of Lina Heydrich.
After the assassination of her husband Reinhard Heydrich, the deputy Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia, she used the manor and received 30 Jewish forced laborers from the Theresienstadt ghetto. In February 1944, when the Jewish prisoners were deported, “Bible Student” (Bibelforscher) prisoners were transported as forced laborers from the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
There were no incidents of death at the subcamp Jungfern Breschan.
On May 8, 1945, soldiers of the Red Army liberated all of the 15 prisoners.