'How many people died in the Auschwitz gas chambers' was the original question and the answer is apporx 1,500,000. It is not the same as the current question - to which the answer is 'not all identities are known' and to list the known names would be a list of over a million and not practical. I suggest a visit to various Holocaust memorial web site.
The chambers appeared to be showers, but what came out was not water, but gas. People inhaling the gas died.
the Jewish people
The gas chambers didn't have names. They took the name of the camp they were situated in.
he died in the gas chambers he died in the gas chambers
they suffocated and died
The bodies were removed and buried or cremated.
Most died from the gas chambers or starvation.
She died in the gas chambers at Auschwitz. All children where sent straight to the gas chambers.
people were put into a room, the room was sealed, the gas was put in, the people died. The specifics of how the rooms were sealed and the gas was put in differed, but the principle was the same.
certainly more than after the 1980.
In the Nazi death camps' gas chambers people were killed with poison gas.
To kill them
In the gas chambers.
they were put into gas chambers, and the gas killed them
The Holocaust was a very scary time for the Jews. The gas chambers werement to make them suffer, and kill them. --- The point of gas chambers was to kill large numbers of people quickly.
such a horrible ,evil, statment where do you people come from? 6 million !! jews died in gas chambers, not to mention 500,000 americans lost their lives during ww II ,so you would be speaking german if not for those men.Twitter
more than 6 mllion jews did in Yugolavia in holocaust. Atleast 8 milion people died from gas chambers.
They would (tightly) pack people into a sealed room and then inject the gas.
In gas chambers and in some cases in specially designed trucks.
Buchenwald did not have gas chambers
When train loads of people arrived at the gas chambers often a score or so were selected to work in the gas chambers, with the job of collecting and disposing of the bodies. Sometimes more than this were spared the gas chambers (for a while) if there was a need for workers, in this case the more physically fit would be chosen.
I'm pretty sure that it was about 40% of the people who died.