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In concentration camps that were not officially extermination camps, disease was the primary cause of death. However, the exact numbers are unknown.

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More Jews would die in the train by diseases, starvation, dehydration, cold, heat, etc. then in the actual concentration camps.


the jews suffer of starvation and were feared that they were going to kill them.another is that they died of sicknes or some people died of diseases.


They sometimes gassed them after the concentration camps. If they tried to escape they would be shot. A lot of them died of diseases because of the awful hygiene in the concentration camps.


Historians believe there was about 6 million Jews that died during the holocaust in the camps


About 4.5 million of those who died in the Holocaust were killed in the camps.



Approx. 25 % died in concentration camps etc.


Approximately 4.9million Jews and Jewish children died in the Nazi concentration camps.


They captured Jews and sent all of them to concentration camps, where the Jews eventually died. Only a few Jews out of every camp actually survived. In the concentration camps, they Jews were burned, starved, raped, stabbed, and tortured.


they were created so jews could be sent there to "work". at the camps some jews were got sent to the gas chamber others died of starvation.


There are many words to describe the holocaust. Some words are:Horrible- Jews were murdered. One after the other.Killing- Nazis killed Jews. The Nazis said that they enjoyed killing.Death- Almost all of the Jews died. There was a lot of death having to to in the holocaust.Concentration Camps- Many of the Jews died in concentration camps. Jews were tortured.


A number of Jews were sent to concentration camps in 1933, but because they were opponents of the Nazis, not simply for being Jews. (The Nazis were at that stage also obsessed with 'Jews in the media' and Jewish journalists and newspaper proprietors had a very rough time).In November 1938 during the Night of the Broken Glass about 30,000 Jews were sent to concentration camps and by Christmas 1938, 2,000 of these Jews had died.Routine transports of Jews to camps started, at first on a small scale, in 1940; and the wholesale transport of Jews, usually to extermination camps, began in 1941.


They died in: Mass shootings, especially in the Soviet UnionDeliberately overcrowded ghettosExtermination campsConcentration camps


Approximately, 95 percent of the people in the concentration camps died. It could be higher but some did escape and we have no idea about those people. Many who were still in the camps when the Allied Forces found them died later from starvation and typhus and other diseases.


Six Million. 4.1 Million Jews died in the concentration camps. Although we don't know the exact number of people that died.


They died because of the concentration camps that Hitler and his Nazi group put them in.


Not many. Millions of people died in German concentration camps. Only about a hundred died in concentration camps in America.


6 million jews Jews were not the only class of people who died in the camps. Gypsys, gays, disabled and other catagories of people were also killed in the camps and that amounted to millions.


many Jews were saved from concentration camps.many people were saved like about 5000 people but alot died




Gypsies Disabled Mentally ill Political enimies-communists Other minorities


According to Yad Vashem 102 danish Jews died in the Holocaust. About 450 of the 8000 Danish Jews were sent to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in Germany but Denmark managed to convince the Germans not to send them to the extermination camps.


Around 13 Million People died in the Concentration Camps. About 300,000 died i the Ghettos.


Adolf Hitler killed over 4 million Jews at concentration camps, in Germany and Poland. Prior to the construction of the concentration and death camps, there were elite units called Einsatzgruppen who would be responsible for finding Jews in the villages where they lived and summarily execute them regardless of age, gender, or militancy. The Einstazgruppen were responsible for over 1 million deaths. In total, between the concentration camps, death camps, and the Einsatzgruppen, 6 million Jews died.



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