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How many people got rickets across the concentration camps?

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Answered 2010-06-18 05:23:10

Nearly all of them got rickets or berry berry or other vitamin and mineral deficiency diseases. They would also lose their teeth, hair, get brittle bones, lose their body mass and died from the starvation and dehydration.

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

Who wants 'to expand the concentration camps'?

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.

The reason they were called concentration camps is because they were camps where the government concentrated (herded together) a particular group of people.

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Atleast 17 million people were transfered to the concentration camps during the holocaust.

Before the Jewish people were sent into Concentration camps, they were sent to labor camps. After they did not want to use them in the labor camps any longer, then sent them to the Concentration 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.

German concentration camps were where Jews and other people went when they were caught by the Nazis

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Well, no. Most people did not survive the concentration camps. Although, some people did. But, for a solid answer, really, they didn't survive.

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.

In my experience, Jewish people have never lied about concentration camps. The camps existed without any question.

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in concentration camps as opposed to extermination camps people died from reasons relating to overwork and malnourishment, like exhaustion and disease.

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