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In the camps, the prisoners weren't only detained--they were put to work. The work they were required to perform was as factory hands, making munitions and clothing, police and security for their own barracks, and physical labor. Here, we see the railroad leading into the camp, and the vestiges of manual labor surround it. Picks and shovels. Unused railroad ties. This was some of the hardest work in the camp, and the prisoners were expected to do it until they dropped.