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How many types of concentration camps are there?

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Answered 2010-11-25 14:41:13

1) Work camps, where inmates were payed meager salaries for back breaking work.

2) Standard concentration camps where Jews were worked to death.

3) Death camps where the sole purpose was to destroy as many Jews as possible as quickly as possible.

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The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.

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There are a number of types of camps that exist in the English language.One type of camp that the Nazis used were concentration camps.The Nazis also used many other types of camp.Many other countries use and have used concentration camps.There are/were different classifications of camps. The year or the location of a camp does not dictate its classification, its function does.Because large numbers of prisoners were "concentrated" in one location.

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There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.

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

There were several typhus epidemics in many 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.

About 25,000 worked in the Concentration Camps.

There were about 20 Concentration Camps, but there were many sub-camps.

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Too many to count. They were all over Europe, and may have been at least 1,000 Concentration Camps.

The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two.The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.

In 1933 their was mainly 1 known concentration camp and that is Dachau Concentration Camps.

Anne frank went to two concentration camps.

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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.

There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.

None. The Nazi concentration camps ceased to function (as Nazi concentration camps) with the defeat of Nazi Germany in May, 1945.

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Their was only about 20 Major concentration camps.

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