Japanese Canadians were placed in detention camps which were essentially the same thing as concentration camps ~ see related link below .
Japanese - American citizens were forcibly compelled to go to internment camps which were essentially the same thing as concentration camps .
No, there was no such thing as a "good" concentration camp!
they are essentially the same thing; they are camps for a civilian population.
yes, however conditions vary
They were compelled to enter into internment camps ; the same thing as a concentration camp .
the entire thing, that's what the holocaust was about...
Same thing, different name. Internment camps weren't known as concentration camps until the mid-1930's, when Heinrich Himmler (leader of Hitler's SS) announced the creation of specialized camps where political enemies could be "concentrated."
They really were much different Relocation Camps and Internment camps were the same thing just that relocation camps were the real camps and internment camps were where the Japanese Americans had to go before they made the relocation camps.
As much as I know there were no Concetraition Camps in canada, that is a stupid quetion if I have ever heard one.AnswerThere were 26 Internment Camps established in Canada which held Japanese Italian and German Canadians. More than 30,000 were affected by these camps including 100 Canadian Communists. Forty Prisoner of War Camps were set up for 33,798 German and Italian POW's and 6,437 Civil Internees (mostly Merchant Marine).Please note Internment Camps and Concentration Camps are NOT the same thing. Canada not have concentration camps.Side note: the fact that you spelled question wrong leads me to doubt you. :D lol, jk, probably a mistake.
same thing as concentration only they work them to death as well as gas chamber
they torterd and burned there enemys in a oven type thing they dug holes and put dead bodys in them :(
i think the us did the right thing on stopping all concentration camps.
They were hidden so the Germans thought Hitler was going the right thing
None. It doesn't mention concentration camps at all, if I'm not mistaken. The only thing mentioned about WW2 in general is that it was fought with the sons of Zeus and Poseidon on one side and with the sons of Hades on the other.
No. A very large part of the Holocaust was carried out in concentration camps - or to be more precise, in extermination camps. but an even larger part was carried out elsewhere, for example, in mass, open-air shootings. Please see the related questions.
The thing that sickened them was the Nazi concentration camps. Makes me sick too
Prisoners in the Concentration Camps NEVER had counselors nor it was needed. Only thing that can be related to "camp counselors" are the SS Officer and Guards who instructed the events which happened in the Camps.
most pointless thing, somtimes the S.S. made them did holes for gaves or just dig holes.
what? People that helped others escape from concentration camps would most likely try to escape themselves with them, but if they didn't go with them nothing would happen......................................if they didn't get caught. If they got caught they's be shot, hung that sort of thing.
The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour and the USA then set up internment camps for any Japanese living in the USA. The Japanese were put into internment camps as they were considered a threat to the country. Here in the UK they did the same thing with Italians and Germans living in the UK.
The Lakota that I know call them "Death Camps," American's call them "Reservations," the Nazi's called them "Internment Camps" or "Concentration Camps." They all mean the same thing in actual practice, though the description by official sources change.
The Japanese were unconstitutionally and unfairly interned in internment camps around the USA. Canadian Japanese had the same thing happen to them. I have added some links below for you so you can see on a map were the internment camps were and the names of them. I added Canada too for you in case you are doing a research paper.