This list of claims for money reveals the scale on which Dachau concentration camp loaned prisoners to German companies – ranging from small horticultural businesses to huge firms such as BMW. For February 1945, the Dachau labor assignment department charged 167,278 Reichsmarks for the prisoners working for Messerschmitt in Pfersee. It charged an additional 6,410 Reichsmarks for adolescent workers, who were loaned at a rate of 2 Reichsmarks per day.