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The death camps basically speak for themselves. Jews who go to the Death Camps die a lot quicker than those who suffer at the regular Concentration Camps. They call it a Death Camp because you basically die there immediately unlike Concentration Camps..in which they make you work until you die from fatigue or starvation, etc. The effect of this results in the death of many Jews.

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