Through tightly packed cattle cars, with one small window (packed in like sardines)
The most common means of transportation for Jewish and many other prisoners in WW2 was by rail. The Jews were transported in enclosed boxcar by train, and it was dark and packed full. They were not fed at all during the journey and there were no lavatory facitilies. Many died due to starvation, thirst and weather conditions.
Most were transported by cattle trucks and trains.
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
About 6 million Jews died in the death camps during the Holocaust. The purpose of the death camps were to do a mass extermination of the Jews.
Pretty simple. Extermination camps is really another term for death camps. It is where people meet their death by being asphyxiated with gas.
The Holocaust was the systematic mass murder of Jews and other 'inferiors' during World War II. Jews were rounded up, transported to camps, and worked to death or killed.
Mainly rail transport. They were transported to the death camps in enclosed cattle wagons or "box cars"
They were transported by train or sent on death marches. The train cars would be packed as tightly as possible with the Jewish people.
The camps were run by the SS.
the death camps during the Holocaust were actually called concentration camps, its purpose was to prison all the minorities that the Nazis were trying to get rid of, such as the Jews.
People suffered and died.
Usually people were killed in concentration camps or death camps. In these camps, people were worked to death, put in gas chambers, or were shot. Often people caught diseases and died, or they starved to death because they were barely given any food.
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).
Jews were sent to concentration camps during the holocaust to be killed by a gas room, being shot, or worked to death. The Jews had to wear the yellow star on their close. The Jews were creamated after death.
Historians don't generally use the term death camp. There were concentration camps of varying degrees of harshness and extermination camps. Please see the related question.
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
The largest of the death camps during the holocaust was Auschwitz, in Poland.
concentration camps or death camps
These were the trains that transported prisoners to the concentration camps in Europe during WW2. they were severely overcrowded freight cars and many died as a result of the trip to the camps in them. It is hard to believe that after the documentation available on these conditions people are still being treated this way today.
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.
Support for an independent Jewish homeland increased.
no but the German people killed all the Jews there or worked them to death
Hitler put people in concentration camps and beat them to death yet some people say there was no holocaust
they, the death marches, were at the end (of the Holocaust and of the War), when camps were closing, the guards evacuated with the prisoners.