The camps are list alphabetically according to the Cyrillic alphabet. Only the dozen largest by population of mobilized Russian-Germans are included below.
Bakalstroi (Chelyabinsk Oblast), industrial construction, 28,134 in January 1942
Bogoslov (Sverdlovsk Oblast), industrial construction, 12,758 in January 1942
Volzhlag (Ul'ianovsk Oblast), railroad construction, 16,712 in January 1942
Vorkuta (Arkhangelsk Oblast), coal mining, 6,873 in January 1944
Vosturallag (Sverdlovsk Oblast), lumber preparation, 5,252 in January 1942
Viatlag (Kirov oblast), mining and lumber prepartation, 5,444 in January 1942
Ivdellag (Sverdlovsk Oblast), lumber preparation, 12,347 in January 1942
Kraslag (Krasnoiarsk Krai), lumber preparation, 5,313 in January 1942
Sevzheldorlag (Komi ASSR), railroad construction, 5,727 in April 1942
Sevurallag (Sverdlovsk Oblast), forest preparation, 4,262 in April 1942
Solikamsk (Molotov Oblast), industrial construction, 9,126 in January 1942
Usol'lag (Molotov Oblast), lumber preparation, 6,004 in January 1942
Source: A.A. German and A.N. Kurochkin, Nemtsy SSSR v "Trudovoi armii" . Moscow, 1998, pp. 163-169.