Copy of a letter from PDL Amersfoort from September 8, 1944, informing the Southern Hanover-Brunswick District Employment Office of the transport of over 1,000 prisoners to Neuengamme concentration camp. These prisoners were then distributed to carry out forced labor in various places. 150 of them had to work for Krupp in Essen, 100 worked at the Auto Union plant in Chemnitz, and 150 prisoners were sent to Eberswalde to work in the Märkische Stahlwerke.