Solikamstroi also known as Solikambumstroi or Solikamlag was a corrective labor camp devoted primarily to industrial construction. Located in Molotov (Perm) Oblast the camp centered around the building of a cellulose-paper combine and operated from January 1939 until the summer of 1946. The camp employed both convicted prisoners and Russian-Germans mobilized into labor army detachments. The population for each group confined at the camp is listed below for each January. After discharging them from the labor army in 1946, the NKVD assigned the Russian-Germans in the camp to continue working in the enterprises formerly part of the Solikamsk ITL and placed them under special settlement restrictions.
1942 10,531 prisoners and 9,126 mobilized Germans
1943 5,986 prisoners and 9,089 mobilized Germans
1944 2,343 prisoners and 6,027 mobilized Germans
1945 9,123 prisoners and 5,980 mobilized German
1946 1,556 prisoners and an unknown number of mobilized Germans
Source: A.A. German, "Sovetskie nemtsy v lageriakh NKVD v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny: Vklad v pobedy ," Voenno-istoricheskie issledovania v Povolzh'e, Sb. Nauch. (Saratov: Izd-vo: "Nauchnaia kniga," 2006), Issue no. 7, pp. 301-302.