An answer to this must be mostly supposition but - No death camps = no Holocaust and 6,000,000 + lives saved. There would have been far fewer War Crime trials and quite possibly there would be no country called Israel. This would also mean a massive shift on the Nazi ideology including not trying to build an empire based on total suppression, destruction and terror etc. Germany could have obtained much more support / cooperation from the lands they invaded, thereby freeing up more troops etc.
Concentration Camps Transit Camps Labour Camps Death Camps Extermination Camps.
Different death camps had different names for them. Auschwitz being the most famous camp and the one where most survivors of a Death Camp came from has the most recognisable name: Sonderkommando. This is a blanket term for them, there were many different roles and different detachments. Some people who worked in death camps were (for example) tailors and they never had to witness the horrors that other workers had to endure.
All camps were technically concentration camps, generally the extermination camps were called 'death camps'.
No not all of them. Some were labor camps, others POW camps, and some death camps.
Most were sent to extermination (death) camps, but some were sent to concentration camps.
Death camps were built to kill prisoners systematically
Concentration camps were located in a lot of different countries. The main locations were in Poland, Germany and Holland.
The term death camps (in the Holocaust) refers mainly to extermination camps. Sometimes the very harshest concentration camps (Grade 3, such as Mauthausen) are also called death camps.
There were about six death camps, the largest was Auschwitz (Birkenau).
Concentration camps were death camps. The people that were scheduled to die were concentrated into areas for easier delivery to the death chambers.
As far as I know, there are no Nazi-style extermination camps carrying out mass shooting and/or gassings. BUt the Muslims still practice things like slavery and things like that also.
1933 Concentration camps started in 1933, the Death camps started in 1941.
Death camps were the Nazi's way to eliminate those who did not fit their mold. In all, there were seven death camps located in Europe.
Concentration Camps Extermination Camps Labour Camps Transit Camps Death Camps.
Death camps were a simple way to do mass murders.
concentration camps were in effect hard labour camps. Inintallly they were meant as re-education camps. Death camps only exised to process people into ash.
They were in both..
Concentration and Death Camps
Concentration camps :)
thousands of camps he had
Death camps and railroadsThe camps were located close to rail lines as the victims were transported to the camps by rail's. where where they
Without a doubt, the most notorious and best known was Auschwitz.
The death camps kept the Jews from living!
in the Death Camps people were generally killed by poison gas.