WWII: The Axis Wars
The German internment camp Ilag V Liebenau lies in a remote valley in the northern Kassel district of Hesse. Prior to it’s reassignment by the Reich the structure had served as a mental hospital. At the direct order of the Führer, over 700 of the patients were “disposed of” to make room for prisoners of war. The camp is overall humane to it’s charges, offering schooling for the children of detainees and organizing plays and activities. Liebenau was assigned to house civilians, diplomatic prisoners, and lesser conscripts of the opposition forces. The facility is overseen by a number of WWI veterans, several nuns from the former asylum, and augmented by a contingent of well trained guards.
Liebenau has since been abandoned after a horrific mass murder of the German troops stationed there. The fortress itself burned down, killing several of the remaining patients and nuns inside who were unable to escape. All other inmates have supposedly escaped.