Nazi Concentration Camps

How did the Jews get around the concentration camps?


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2012-07-10 03:20:31
2012-07-10 03:20:31

In the concentration camps, Jews and everyone else marched around the camps.


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the concentration camps of WW2 were populated by jews. these camps were guarded by the germans. they were part of the mass murder of millions of european jews called the Holocaust.

Concentration camps around the country to force them into work or kill them.

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