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During the Kristallnacht and the days that followed about 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps.

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About 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps in the aftermath of Kristallnacht.

There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.

The Jews never committed suicide not even in the concentration camps. There were 3 000 Jews killed and 30 000 captured by the Nazis at Kristallnacht.---------------------------------------ridiculous - many Jews committed suicide in the concentration camps, the main reason that more did not was because they were afraid of the punishment if they failed.____There are many reports of Jews committing suicide, especially:In the spring of 1933, shortly after the Nazis came to power.During and after the Kristallnacht.Immediately prior to deportation to extermination camps.Obviously, exact numbers are almost impossible to come by.

In addition to the many Jews who were in the Nazi concentration camps, there were also many millions of non-Jews: Mainly Poles and Catholics.

Your question is unclear. As a many Jews were in the camps it is safe to assume that they knew of them.

Kristallnacht (November 1938) was one of the biggest pre-war attacks on the Jews from the Nazis. Kristallnacht was blamed on the Jews by the Nazis and the Jewish Community was fined a billion marks for the damage caused, despite it all being caused by the Nazis. The Nazis used Kristallnacht as an excuse to send Jews to Concentration Camps - at this point they were not extermination camps. Jews Were also moved into ghettos in 1939 if they didn't leave the country. Many of the Nazi attacks on the Jews and other minority groups before the war had the aim of forcing them out of the country in order to make Hitlers 'master' race of 'pure' Germans.

Historians believe there was about 6 million Jews that died during the holocaust in the camps

According to numerouse sources and figures, Their's an estimate of 34,000 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps. According to most Historians, it widely agreed that 33,734 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps.

People can only guess why concentration camps were made for the Jews. There are many different reasons why they might have. No one will ever know for sure.

More Jews would die in the train by diseases, starvation, dehydration, cold, heat, etc. then in the actual concentration camps.

In concentration camps that were not officially extermination camps, disease was the primary cause of death. However, the exact numbers are unknown.

The Jews were prisoners in the concentration camps, not employees. The concept of bathroom breaks does not apply.

About 4.5 million of those who died in the Holocaust were killed in the camps.

The Nazis gave the total number of Jews killed during the Kristallnacht as 91, and for decades this figure was repeated without serious question (!) by historians. Since 1980 research by German historians suggests a figure of about 400. Moreover, in the days after Kristallnacht about 30,000 Jews were rounded up and sent to concentration camps. By Chistmas 1938 over 2,000 of them were dead. At the time of the Kristallnacht there were about 455,000 Jews in Greater Germany, so the great majority survived this particular incident. A rush to leave Germany followed ...

Their was no Jewish Concentration Camp but in total between 15-16 Million Jews were sent to Nazi Concentration Camps.

1) Work camps, where inmates were payed meager salaries for back breaking work. 2) Standard concentration camps where Jews were worked to death. 3) Death camps where the sole purpose was to destroy as many Jews as possible as quickly as possible.

Roughly 6 million Jews were murdered by the Nazis, either in the concentration camps, or outside the camps during the war.

if you (as i suspect you are) calliing all camps 'concentration camps' (it is not wrong to do so, just less specific), then about 3 to 3.5 million. (but they were not all forced)

Overall about six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust. About half of the victims were killed in extermination camps and concentration camps, and the other half in mass open air shootings 'in the field' and by starvation in ghettos.

The Germans set-up many camps in occupied Poland perhaps 2,000. These included concentration and labour camps mostly for ethnic Poles. There were also ghettos and death camps most for ethnic Jews.

Jews were sent to concentration camps to be tourtured and killed. Many were worked brutally until death.

he used concentration camps and gas chambers

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