It usually ended in death, but they were beaten, starved, worked to death and many of the younger women were raped.
you can just imagine as most people died
Yes there were many, many female prisoners during the Holocaust.
Around 200,000 political prisoners were systematically murdered during the Holocaust.
The Holocaust camps differed in the ways they treated prisoners after they passed the selection that degrades and dehumanizes them. Sometimes the prisoners were forced to do hard labor and other times they were killed.
The prisoners slept on hard wooden bunks in wooden huts.
Ghettos with the children and men.
They were treated badly and were killed
there were camps across occupied Europe.
Many different kinds of diseases were contracted by prisoners during the Holocaust. Some of these diseases include typhus, tuberculosis, scabies, Lyme disease, and chronic hunger.
they were killed
Very poorly the were treated so bad many died of disease or just committed suicide and many killed on purpose.
they got an extra coat
Jewish people were treated horribly during the 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.
No! They were not. They were often sent to be killed because they were considered weak and unable to work. No one was treated well during the holocaust.
During the Holocaust, the Nazis targeted seven major groups: Jews, Romas (gypsies), homosexuals, Slavs, mentally and physically handicapped, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Soviet Prisoners of war.
Dr. Josef Mengel
During the Holocaust, Jews were sent into the concetration camps as prisoners and/or slaves. Other than that, before the Holocaust, Nazis sent enemies to the concetration camps. The extermination camps came into most use during the Holocaust. Before that, it was used for expeirimenting and enemies.
Because they were prisoners! Those that were able bodied were used for forced labor, the others were killed.
The Jews and many other races during the Holocaust were treated like dirt. They were tortured, starved, and basically dead inside their bodies. Germans experimented on them by seeing how long it would take to burn them, etc. For the Jews, it was basically a lose-lose situation. :(
the moving of prisoners from one concentration camp to another one
muddy, the prisoners would have eaten the grass.
They were very soon killed.