Testifying before the Nuremberg court on July 31, 1946, Oswald Pohl, the head of the SS-Wirtschaftsverwaltungshauptamt, SSWVHA (SS Economic and Administrative Main Office), admitted that the Hasag Concern was the third largest private industry to employ prisoners of concentration camps, surpassed only by Herman Goering Werke and I.G. Farbenindustrie. This is a very surprising statistic, since unlike the industrial giants dominating the German economy, Hasag was a relatively modest enterprise. It is equally odd that as late as the summer of 1944, Hasag was the only firm which still operated six Jewish slave labor camps, among them Skarżysko-Kamienna, in what was by then a Judenrein Gen-eralgouvernement.