How many nazi concentration camps sprang up Europe?
Between 1933 and 1945, Nazi Germany and its allies set up more than 40,000 camps.
The size of concentration camps varied greatly across Europe. There were many concentration camps in Germany, the most well-known being Auschwitz. Auschwitz had over 100 thousand prisoners, but other concentration camps had as many as 1 thousand prisoners to tens of thousands.
Adolf Hitler formed many concentration camps throughout Europe. Also called Death Camps. Hitler was accompanied by his fellow Nazis. He was dictator.
Dozens to Scores (count by the 20's). This was in Poland for the Major to the high Minor ones. In reality, there were a bit more than a hundred Camps. Labor, Death, and Concentration.
All kinds of people were put into Nazi concentration camps during World War II. One of the hardest hit communities were the Jews of Europe (and some from North Africa, too). About six million died in concentration camps, though there were survivors.
Usually first to ghettos or transit camps, then on to extermination camps or very harsh concentration camps. In eastern Europe many were taken straight to mass graves and shot.
Not many. Millions of people died in German concentration camps. Only about a hundred died in concentration camps in America.
There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.
There are no concentration camps today. There are still many people in the world who are suffering for various reasons, and there are many refugees in refugee camps, but there are no concentration camps.
Many of the camps had satellite camps, some of which functioned for only fairly short periods of time. The Wikipedia article - see below - gives the names of the main camps and some information about the satellite camps.
There were several typhus epidemics in many concentration camps.
four concentration camps
The main concentration camps in Germany proper were Esterwegen, Neuengamme, Bergen-Belsen, Ravensbruck, Sachsenhausen, Mittelbau-Dora, Buchenwald, Flossenburg, Dachau, and Grafeneck. Note that while many, many deaths occurred in those camps, they were not built specifically as death camps (except for Grafeneck) - most of the death camps were in Eastern Europe, especially Poland and Czechoslovakia.
The entirety of Europe. About half were killed in Poland, where many concentration camps were located.
In Eastern Europe many were sent first to ghettos and then to extermination and concentration camps. In Western Europe they were sent first to transit camps and 'collection points', then to extermination and concentration camps. Note that in many parts of the Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia and Lithuania enormous numbers were killed in mass open-air shootings by the Nazi mobile killing units.
Six million Jews and five million "undesirables" were killed in concentration camps or elsewhere. The undesirables were people Hitler deemed not welcome in the pure Aryan Europe he dreamed of ruling. They were mentally ill, feeble minded, dwarves, human with anomalies and deformities, communists, Hitler's enemies, and anyone else he chose to throw in the concentration camps and extermination camps.
About 25,000 worked in the Concentration Camps.
The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two. The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.
There were about 20 Concentration Camps, but there were many sub-camps.
It is estimated that about 1.5 million Jews were left in Europe at the end of World War II. About 50,000 were interned at the end of the war. Many had escaped when the Nazis abandoned the camps.
In 1933 their was mainly 1 known concentration camp and that is Dachau Concentration Camps.
6 camps existed
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.
None. The Nazi concentration camps ceased to function (as Nazi concentration camps) with the defeat of Nazi Germany in May, 1945.
The Holocaust was the mass containment of millions of Jews and many others in concentration camps. After being enslaved while in the concentration camps, 10 - 11 million of them were murdered. The Holocaust wiped out 2/3 of the Jewish population in Europe.
Anne frank went to two concentration camps.
None. There were no Polish concentration camps. Of course there were German concentration camps in occupied Poland, where several millions died, but that is another matter.
there were 3 main concentration camps Auschwitz I, Birkenau and Monowitz. However, there were few Sub Camps in the area.
There has been reports of 1200 Concentrations camps but there's known to be 1500 Concentration camps.
Their was only about 20 Major concentration camps.
There were many concentration camps all over Europe, but most were concentrated in Poland, Germany and around Yugoslavia. The six extermination camps were all located in Poland, those being Chelmno, Treblinka, Sobibor, Auschwitz, Maidanek and Belzec.
There were many concentration camps.
Around 11 million to 17 million people were sent to the concentration camps
Atleast 17 million people were transfered to the concentration camps during the holocaust.
You need to specify the kind of camps: Boy Scout camps, summer camps, military training camps, concentration camps.
In concentration camps that were not officially extermination camps, disease was the primary cause of death. However, the exact numbers are unknown.
In addition to the many Jews who were in the Nazi concentration camps, there were also many millions of non-Jews: Mainly Poles and Catholics.
The Germans set-up many camps in occupied Poland perhaps 2,000. These included concentration and labour camps mostly for ethnic Poles. There were also ghettos and death camps most for ethnic Jews.
About 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps in the aftermath of Kristallnacht.
More than 28000 Afrikaner women and children died in the concentration camps
The Jews were prisoners in the concentration camps, not employees. The concept of bathroom breaks does not apply.
13.7 Million Deaths occurred in the Concentration Camps. _________________ The figure is far, far lower than that.
Their was no Jewish Concentration Camp but in total between 15-16 Million Jews were sent to Nazi Concentration Camps.
Their was 63 concentration camps and their was 916 subcamps
During the Kristallnacht and the days that followed about 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps.
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.
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 ...
There were extermination camps in Germany and Poland as well as many other European countries. There were concentration camps all over Europe in many more countries. In either forced labor camps or death camps, most inmates were worked until they died. Filthy conditions, no medicines, and lack of food led to many deaths by starvation and disease. The people sent to these camps were treated in a totally callous, malicious, and inhumane manner. The death… Read More
if you (as i suspect you are) calliing all camps 'concentration camps' (it is not wrong to do so, just less specific), then about 3 to 3.5 million. (but they were not all forced)
Are you talking about Europe or The United States? Europe: You were put in a concentration camp if you were a Jew, Gay, Russian, POW, Czech, Jehovah Witness. If you weren't viewed as an Aryan, you were put in a concentration camp. United States: After Pearl Harbor, the United States government was scared that the Japanese citizens would commit acts of espionage against The United States. So they rounded up as many Japanese as they… Read More