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Farge is a small port on the Weser River in the city of Bremen. The bombing of Bremen in World War II attacked Farge targets, including the oil storage and the Valentin submarine pens.
Bremen-Farge was subcamp number 179 of the Neuengamme concentration camp complex. It was established in the autumn of 1943. When established, it was the second largest Neuengamme satellite camp, although the only known prisoner count is 2092, recorded in March 1945. The prisoners were used as slave labour at the U-boot Bunker Valentin.

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