Sinti families from Carinthia, the Tyrol, Salzburg, Bavaria and especially Upper Austria were taken to Weyer Camp from January 1941. They were used as slave labour, digging drainage ditches in the surrounding wetlands. On 1 November of the same year, they were all deported to the camp at Lackenbach in Burgenland, Austria. A few days later, they were probably “relocated” from there to Łódz´, Poland, where they were murdered.