The smallest camp in the Leubengrund. 7 barracks with 6 rooms each, each with 20 people per room. One barrack served as a morgue and another belonged to the camp leader. Not fenced. Inmates mainly Italians as well as some Belgians, Dutch, French, Russians and Poles. Today, it is home to the main monument to commemorate the victims of the „REIMAHG“ and a memorial stone at the location of the former camp.