I believe the children were put up for international adoption.
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).
Very few Nazis were sent to concentration camps unless they got into exceptionally serious trouble with the regime.
Concentration camps were very common during and before the Holocaust.
The 4 major Concentration Camps during the Holocaust were:AuschwitzTreblinkaBelzecSobibor
They would have been killed treated inhumane or sent to concentration camps.
Children that were sent to concentration camps were selected amongst their mothers to see if they were fit for work. Women were in different camps than men. All children who were fit for work were immediately sent to the barracks to be given assignments. However, the less fortunate children were told to take off their clothes, and "shower". Them kids was treated with gas, bruh. :/
Those old enough to do so had to work. Children were gassed