The numbers varied from time to time based on the efficency of the killing systems efficiency and how efficiency was carried out efficiently in efficently efficient ways (abz, hana n sam xxx) and the labor requirements were required in requirements! In August of 1944 the official roll call indicated a prisoner count of 105,168, In January of 1945 to avoid the advancing Soviets, 58 thousand were marched away from the camp leaving only the sick behind. When the camp was liberated on 27 January 1945 about 7000 of them remained alive.
many people got prisoners from Auschwitz, the Buna works probably got the most.
About 17,000 at Auschwitz I, II and III combined.
In general prisoners were worked until exhaustion then taken to Auschwitz to be killed. Prisoners would not have stayed in Auschwitz for more than a year, up to 12,000 prisoners were killed per day in Auschwitz.
Prisoners in Auschwitz just worked, eat, sleep and did. there was no time for entertainment.
According to the Wikipedia article on Auschwitz about 300 prisoners escaped from the Auschwitz group of camps.
the prisoners at Auschwitz were Jewish mens, womens and childrens that were polish, christian. and were force to go to Auschwitz if they didn't they will be killed
The sanitary at Auschwitz was very poor for the prisoners in it.
Nothing, being in Auschwitz was NOT fun.
The idea of Auschwitz was Hitler. but the people who built it it was the prisoners, who was going to be in Auschwitz.
Auschwity Prisoners were mainly from Hungary and Poland
The only Nazi camp that tattooed prisoners was the Auschwitz group, where prisoners selected for work were tattooed. Prisoners at other camps and those sent immediately to be gassed at Auschwitz were not tattooed.
No, of course not.
Left the Auschwitz complex alive: about 190,000 is the estimation.That is the Auschwitz Museum's estimate of for the total number of prisoners who left the Auschwitz group of camps alive. Not all of them were Jews, and not all of them survived the Holocaust: most were transferred to other camps (where many died), and many died in death marches when most prisoners were evacuated.
Just over 400,000 numbers were issued to prisoners at Auschwitz over the period 1940-44. People sent straight to the gas chambers were not numbered.
The SS didn't want prisoners to be liberated and as the Soviet Army approached Auschwitz, many prisoners with sent to camps further west.
Jewish prisoners were shipped to Auschwitz by train. It was known as one of the deadliest camps in Europe. There, the prisoners were forced to do manual labor or sent directly to the gas chambers to be killed.
unpleasant, especially for the prisoners.
About 300 prisoners escaped from Auschwitz without being recaptured.
Their prisoner number
In the barracks on concrete blockes
Yes, and 48 of them were killed.
They had numbers to represent their names