How many people were imprisoned at the Jewish concentration camps?
Their was no Jewish Concentration Camp but in total between 15-16 Million Jews were sent to Nazi Concentration Camps.
Jews were first imprisoned in 'Jewish quarters' of certain cities, or 'ghettos' as they would be known. Later they were imprisoned in camps, be they labour, transit or concentration camps.
No, some prisoners in the concentration camps were gypsies. But a large majority of the concentration camp prisoners were Jewish.
Concentration camps were started by Adolf Hitler in order to erase any Jewish people from the earth. Jewish people were put in concentration camps and killed various ways
In the early 1930s Jews were not imprisoned in concentration camps. Others were put there to create a peaceful environment, political opponents, dissenters and criminals were the first people to be put in 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.
Death Camps: Hitler created the camps so he could quietly and efficiently kill the Jewish population. Concentration Camps: Used as a sort of prison by the Nazis for the duration of the war. They imprisoned people who committed "crimes" against the Nazi regime.
Most people taken into concentration camps were Jewish people. Anyone who hid a Jewish person or who had any contact with a Jewish person was taken to a concentration camp. Sometimes, they would have people who did not obey the military commands.
Jewish people were held at concintration camps
Jews, Gypsies, and people who offended the Nazis.
In my experience, Jewish people have never lied about concentration camps. The camps existed without any question.
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.
Did the prisoners in those concentration camps starve to death because the allies cut off the food supply to Germany?
No..... No..... The people who died in the concentration camps died because it was the intention of the Nazis that the people who were sent to the concentration camps were to die. They starved because those that imprisoned them did not feed them.
No, concentration camps was where the Germans put the Jewish people and killed them, but mental hospitals are where people with mental illness go that can't live in normal society. Comparing them is an insult to all Jewish people and everyone who loved in the camps.
they made concentration camps because the Navi people did not trust the Jewish
The Nazis committed numerous crimes against the Jewish and other people that stood in their way. The Jewish people were imprisoned in concentration camps, starved to death, forced to work, separated from their families, put to death by gas, and had medical experiments performed upon them.
I think it was mainly the Germans who used the concentration camps to kill jewish people and to keep people hostage.
Concentration camps were places German Nazis sent Jewish people to be tortured and exterminated. The Holocaust was the name given to the process of Jewish extermination by the Germans.
i think so all Jewish people homosexuals gypsies and i think colored people were all put in concentration camps
They dug soil
People of the Jewish Religion. The camps were called concentration camps.
They probably put them in concentration camps, as the camps housed more then just Jewish people.
he killed Jewish people in concentration camps!
He save thousands of Jewish people from concentration camps.
The Jewish people did their best to practice their religion in the concentration camps. Since they no longer knew what day of the week it was they would observe Sabbath one day a week and would recite the Torah from memory.
They were people against all Jewish people and sent them to concentration camps and Hitler was the leader for this
People were sent to concentration camps if they were: * Jewish * Mentally or physically disabled or handy capped * Didn't believe in Hitler * The way they looked * Their religion Hope this helped you :)
The Nazi used concentration camps as a way to keep all the Jews and other prisoners together. Later on, in about 1940, many were converted to be used as death camps to exterminate the Jewish people.
It was not indians that were in concentration camps. However during world war 2 the nazis under order of hitler took jewish people and captured them unwillingly into the concentration camps.
In concentration camps
They were put into the camps because the Nazis did not want Jews in their society, they were segregated so that other people did not have to interact with them.
The Jewish people were killed and so were people who tried to help them.
The Jewish ghetto police secured the deportation of Jewish people to the concentration camps. They were also not permitted to carry weapons.
In March 1933. Before the first permanent concentration camp opened as Dachau on 22 March 1933, the Nazis rounded up Communists and some others and put them in temporary concentration camps. They imprisoned people simply on the gounds that they were a 'threat to the government'.
Approximately 4.9million Jews and Jewish children died in the Nazi concentration camps.
some camps were close enough to walk to, others would have to be reached by lorry, or by train.
After World War 2 began Jewish people were taken into custody where Hitler had troops and placed where?
In concentration camps (death camps).
concentration camps are where the natzis put Jewish people and killed them becoase of their relgon and ghettos are just neiborhoods that are geenerally poor and have gangs an dtend to involve shooting from high people
The Concentration camps centered on the Jewish people, then began to include Gypsies, and others who had physical handicaps.
A prisoner in charge at the camps (concentration camps, death camps, forced labor camps) during the Holocaust. These people were typically non-Jewish (Jews were treated the worst in the camps).
During World War 2, Adolf Hitler assassinated the Jewish people in many ways. Jewish people suffered in concentration camps, work camps, and used in medical experimentation.
Jewish, roma, homosexuals, kids and many more. it was brutal.
they were taken to the ghetto and then to the concentration camps
Concentration camps were camps that the Jewish, Gypsie, or other people were forced to go to, to be tortured or forced to do work. Adolf Htiler and the German Nazi Soldiers did not like those kind of people so they decided to put them in camps, called Concentration camps. They put them in these camps mostly because of their looks and their religion. The camps were built to fit many people in them. They also… Read More
No. Homosexual, Gypsies, Blacks, and the disabled were also put in concentration camps. Each prisoner wore a symbol signifying their reason for being imprisoned. (i.e. the Star of David for Jewish prisoners, the pink triangle for homosexual prisoners, etc.) Please see the related question.
to eliminate all of the Jewish people. Hitler tried to do this because his mother died in a Jewish hospital when Hitler was a little boy. so, to avenge his mother he put Jewish people in concentration camps and used them to dig war trenches and other harsh "jobs." if the Jewish people in the concentration camps were to weak to work they were put in a gas chamber or they were tortured then shot.
by being killed, stuff being taken away from you and all of the camps of course such as: death camps concentration camps and more.
They did not "go" to concentration camps, they were forced into them at gunpoint. The Nazi's reason for sending them there was to exterminate them. The vast majority of people who were sent to concentration camps were murdered within hours of their arrival. The Nazis intended to kill every single Jewish person in Europe.
Many of the Jewish people that were rescued from concentration camps on V-E Day, were held in the camps by the Allied soldiers, because there was no place else for them to go. Many of the freed Jewish people later went to Palestine. Some came to the United States. Very few returned to the countries they were living in when they were taken.
if they were discovered they would be sent to concentration camps with the jews