In World War 1 (1914-18) there were no concentration camps. For the Nazi concentration camps, see the related question.
A few ____ The Nazi camps ceased to function as concentration camps.
Concentration Camps Transit Camps Labour Camps Death Camps Extermination Camps.
The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two.The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.
There are no concentration camps today. There are still many people in the world who are suffering for various reasons, and there are many refugees in refugee camps, but there are no concentration camps.
Why did Adolf create concentration camps?
Their was only about 20 Major concentration camps.
concentration camps were places where Jews were kept in the 2nd world war and then the used to get killed there
There are still concentration camps in operation in the world. Just Google concentration camps in North Korea. They have horrible prisons and gas their own people.
Where could the most famous WW2 concentration camps we located?
Yes, 'the world' knew about the concentration camps, though probably not in much detail. However, the world had much less information about the extermination camps. Please see the related question.
Concentration camps were death camps. The people that were scheduled to die were concentrated into areas for easier delivery to the death chambers.
Concentration camps or death camps.
No conflict caused concentration camps during WWII. Nazi Concentration Camps pre-dated WWII, though when Germany too over more territories they built more camps.
Of course. If you're asking about Nazi Concentration camps then there were tons starting from World War 1, and up until World War 2 :)
They were put in concentration camps and extermination camps.
The Nazis provided no access for the Red Cross to the concentration camps, and neither they did not acknowledge the hideous atrocities of the concentration camps to their own country or to the outside world. The Geneva Convention of the 1930's allowed for inspection of Prisoner-of-War camps, but the concentration camps were constrained by no such existing legality.
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Not at all. America didn't know that it had happened at the time and, in any case until after World War 2 the difference between concentration camps and extermination camps was not understood.
By 1944 Nazi had 13 main concentration camps and over 500 satellite camps. The concentration camps were not just to murder people but also for free slave labor.
Some are still into usage but for same reason why the Nazis did. The remaining concentration camps are turned into memorials.
Just before the end of the second world war the Nazis tried to burn down the concentration camps so that there would be no evidence of what they did. This was not done very successfully as you can still go and visit some of the concentration camps such as Auschwitz.