Some were forced to work and as long as they were able to perform their jobs they lived. Others were just lucky enough to not have their numbers called. NAZI's were killing as fast as they could but it took time and the unlucky ones were murdered before the Allies were able to stop the killing. Most of the ones who survived were just lucky. A very small number of Jews were used for office work in some camps - jobs such as sorting and listing valuables seized from new arrivals. Although they were fed miserable rations, the work was less strenuous than, for example, quarrying. Also those sent to the camps very late in the war stood a better chance of survival than others, provided they were 'selected' for work and not sent straight to the gas chambers. Psychological resilience may have helped some. However, as already stated, even these prisoners needed good luck. No amount of resilience could help against the outbreaks of disease that swept through many of the camps.
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
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 ...
Yes, the concentration camps were a key part of the Holocaust.
There are still people alive that were in the holocaust if you go on youtube.com and then you can watch testimonials on people that were in concentration camps.
No, concentration camps were a part of the Holocaust.
The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.
Yes, some people survived concentration camps. They are known as Holocaust Survivors. Some are even alive today, such as Elie Wiesel, a Nobel Peace Prize Winner and author of his memoir Night.
Jews survived the holocaust by being lucky to be in the camps at the end just before they camps were liberated or the had a iron will and fought to the end
The SS ran the concentration camps and extermination camps and organized the holocaust.
Concentration camps were very common during and before the Holocaust.
helped jewish orphans survive the holocaust by trying to get them out of the concentration camps
Jews during the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied europe were putted into Concentration Camps. Jews who wern't in the Nazi Zones were lucky to survive and not to be involved with the Holocaust.
The 4 major Concentration Camps during the Holocaust were:AuschwitzTreblinkaBelzecSobibor
the entire thing, that's what the holocaust was about...
The SS ran the concentration camps and extermination camps.
Yes he Did, he survived over 8 concentration camps and several Jewish ghetto imprisonments.
There were about 20 Concentration Camps, but there were many sub-camps.
Their was 63 concentration camps and their was 916 subcamps
After the Holocaust, the concentration camp's, were converted to memorials. However, some were demolished completely.
Well, no. Most people did not survive the concentration camps. Although, some people did. But, for a solid answer, really, they didn't survive.
Holocaust, In Germany