The U.S. military has agreed to build a sprawling prison complex for the worlds most dangerous criminals, including some with ties to the notorious Nazi concentration camp at Dachau, according to a document seen by The Washington Post.
The plan calls for 1,500-bed, $1.9 billion camp to be built on private land at a cost of $200 million to $300 million.
Inmates, including those who are in the worst of the worst for drug trafficking, money laundering and other crimes, would be housed in the new facility at Camp Dachai in eastern Germany.
It is the latest development in the decades-long effort to house inmates in an isolation unit at D-Day, where nearly 6,000 American soldiers died.
The sprawling camp is set to house prisoners from more than 50 countries, according a military document that the government has not yet provided.
The facility, expected to cost between $300 to $350 million, would house inmates with drug trafficking and money laundering convictions, the document said.
It was not clear from the document how many inmates were in the facility or whether they were all being sent to Camp D-C-A.
Officials said there were about 10 inmates from the U.K. and Germany who were in a new unit at Camp A. Camp Dacha was used by the U,S.
Army in World War II, the second largest concentration camp in Europe after Auschwitz, and by the Soviets during the Cold War.
Its name is derived from the word Dachak, meaning “little devil.”
It was built as a prison in 1944, but was later converted into a detention center.
Camp A was designated a wartime penal camp in 1945 and renamed Camp D. The camps complex was built for its inmates in accordance with World War I protocols and the U’s 1949 Geneva Convention.
In its final days, it housed more than 5,000 inmates, according the Camps Department of Correction.
It opened in 1960 and was the last remaining concentration camp for German-speaking prisoners.
At the time, the U had no plans to open a new facility in Germany and was focusing on building a new prison in the United States, according an official.
Camps officials declined to comment on whether the new unit would be called Camp A-C.
A prison complex is a complex of buildings that house inmates from different countries, with the U serving as the custodian and commander.
Each building has a small kitchen and bathroom and the rooms are separated by barbed wire.
The U was the first to build prisons on private lands in Europe.
It has now expanded to build hundreds of similar facilities across Europe, with a few more planned.
The Camps document said the U was considering a “compromise solution” in which the U would build Camp A and Camp D in the same location, but the U has been reluctant to build facilities on private property because it would not be legally feasible to do so.
Camp Camp A is located in the small town of Fussell, near the German-French border, which is about 35 miles from Dachaus camp.
In the 1940s, the Nazis were known to have held prisoners at the camp, which they later converted to a prison.
The camp was designated as a military training site and was used to test Nazi war tactics.
German, French and American soldiers were sent there, according, to use the camp as a training ground.
Some of those who were sent to Dachae included SS officers, medical and other professionals.
The Germans and the French were responsible for the murder of hundreds of people at Dachtaus camp, including about 1,400 women and girls.
Prisoners were put in a tiny room to avoid any contact with the outside world and to be more susceptible to disease.
They were also required to wear special clothing, including a uniform that was so tight that the prisoner could not wear his or her underwear.
In a letter to then-Secretary of State Henry Morgenthau, then-U.S.-German Chancellor Adolf Hitler said, “I am very happy to hear the news that the U S. Government will take the place of the German prisoners of war and they will be sent to the camp for a special purpose, for a new purpose.”
The letter said the prisoners “will be subjected to the harshest treatment imaginable.
They will be stripped naked and beaten by the guards.”
They would then be marched to the nearest building where they would be locked up, tortured, starved and beaten until they passed out.
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U. S. Soldiers at Camps Dacha in the late 1930s.
In March 1951, the Germans moved all of the prisoners to the Camp A complex.
The prisoners would be held in isolation and fed through a hose that ran into the camp kitchen.
The American military used Camp A to train Nazi war planners in war tactics and