The gas chambers in the concentration camps.
she died in a gas chamber
*Disease (typhoid killed Anne Frank) *Beatings from Nazi overseers. *Fatigue from being worked to death *Gas chambers
No! Anne died of typhus in March 1945. Anne passed the health test (which she passed) determining if you get put in the gas chamber or not... since Anne passed the test, she didnt get gassed.
No! Anne Frank died of typhus in March 1945 after her sister, Margot. Anne passed a health test and all the ill Jews were gassed. but since Anne passed the test, she didnt get gassed.
Albert Dussel died in a gas chamber in Neuengamme camp 1945
they were sent to concentration camps such as Bergen Belsen, and Auschwitz were they worked until they died or if they could not work they were killed in gas chambers, or shot.
Mostly from the gas chambers.
They had to work and there were selctions when they lined up the girls and looked at them to see if the were healthy. If not they were sent to the gas chambers if they definatly were not able to work. They were treated harshly. Margot died in the camp of typhus, a sickness you get from living in filth. days or months later, Anne died, also from typhus.
No, Anne Frank died from Typhus March 1945 in Bergen - Belsen Camp. A few days after her older sister Margot Frank died from the same disease. She died from Typhus beause the disease were rampant in the camp and she was also starved of food.
Buchenwald did not have gas chambers
Mr. Frank- Lived until late '90s and died of lung cancer Mrs.frank- starved to death anne- typhus margot- typhus mr. van daan- gas chambers mrs. van daan- disease on transit to anothe death camp peter- death march dussel- gas chambers