How did people get to the Nazi Concentration Camps during the Holocaust?
The Nazis forced people onto trains that took them to concentration camps. Sometimes they would take the entire population of a city to the concentration camps at one time.
Atleast 17 million people were transfered to the concentration camps during the holocaust.
If you meant by People who died in Concentration Camps in Germany, then about 762,500 people died the Camps during the Holocaust.
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four concentration camps
The 4 major Concentration Camps during the Holocaust were: Auschwitz Treblinka Belzec Sobibor
Concentration camps were very common during and before the Holocaust.
The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
to keep people in one place, for easy access to the people.
The Jewish people were killed and so were people who tried to help them.
Nazi regime established a total of 300 concentration camps between 1939-1942. An estimated 15-20 million people were imprisoned and killed in these concentration camps.
Their was 63 concentration camps and their was 916 subcamps
Who was the leader who ordered people into concentration camps and ordered them to be murdered during the Holocaust?
concentration camps or death camps
in the concentration camps
not in England, not during the Holocaust.
None, the kids in the concentration camps starved to death
Yes, the concentration camps were a key part of the Holocaust.
Some people died of typhus like Anne Frank.
around 8 million families were sent to concentration camps in the holocaust and in which few made it out alive. ____ The number of individuals sent to concentration and extermination camps was lower than this ...
no but the German people killed all the Jews there or worked them to death
During the Holocaust, Americans had a role in liberating concentration camps and fighting with the Allies.
A Transit Camp during the Holocaust was a camp where people were only temporarily held there until they were sent to other Concentration Camps or Ghetto's.
A prisoner in charge at the camps (concentration camps, death camps, forced labor camps) during the Holocaust. These people were typically non-Jewish (Jews were treated the worst in the camps).
It's estimated that about 14.5 Million People were sent to the concentration camps during the Holocaust. About 13 Million out of the lot were killed in the Camps.
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Mainly to murder Jews.
No, concentration camps were a part of the Holocaust.
Some Concentration Camps were used as Death Camps, gassing and cremating hundreds of victims at a time.
Two concentration camps were: Dachau Bergen-Belsen Two extermination (death) camps were: Auschwitz-Birkenau Sobibor
During the Holocaust years, Hitler lived in three primary places: 1. His mountain fortress home called the Berchtesgaden, near Munich; 2. The Chancellor's offices in Berlin; and 3. Sometimes, but very seldom, he lived at various military headquarters planning war strategies.
Concentration camps were camps that the Jews were sent to during the time of the Holocaust. There were four major concentration camps. Most were killed there in torturous ways, forced into physical labor, or forced into sexual slavery. Not only Jews were sent there though also gypsies, homosexuals, just about anyone who was not a Nazi.
the death camps during the Holocaust were actually called concentration camps, its purpose was to prison all the minorities that the Nazis were trying to get rid of, such as the Jews.
Jews were sent to concentration camps during the holocaust to be killed by a gas room, being shot, or worked to death. The Jews had to wear the yellow star on their close. The Jews were creamated after death.
Mostly its the concentration camps the Jews were kept at during the holocaust Auschwitz
what kind of torture did they use in the canontration camp in the holocaust
There was 1,500 concentration camps. 20 of them were main camps and their were about 100+ more concentration camps but their didn't last long. Their is about 1,250+ sub camps, so this all ties along together.
Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, anti-political, sick, old.
Because the Germans made them. They were planning to send them to concentration camps.
They would have been killed treated inhumane or sent to concentration camps.
criminals, inmates, prisoners - take your pick.
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They were, well, not good
Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Warsaw.
Concentration camps and Gas chambers.
america and germany