The camp enclosure

"Facing us, off to the left, were two rows of black huts that seemed to be superimposed because the slope was so steep, surrounded by a double fence of barbed wire several metres high, so tightly interlocked that they looked like a fishing net or spider's web. A camp, no doubt about it. Here in Alsace, and so close to Strasbourg!"

Eugène MARLOT, French deportee, memer of the Libération nord resistance movement in the Côte-d'Or region, arrested in August 1943 and interned in Natzweiler from November 1943 to September 1944.