Two concentration camps were:DachauBergen-BelsenTwo extermination (death) camps were:Auschwitz-BirkenauSobibor
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
The SS ran the concentration camps and extermination camps and organized the holocaust.
Concentration camps were very common during and before the Holocaust.
Yes, the concentration camps were a key part of the Holocaust.
camps were seperated
at the holocaust camps they were killed, burned, abused,and were oder to work for hours with out end
Auschwitz, Dachau, Bergen Belsen, Treblinka,
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No, concentration camps were a part of the Holocaust.
The prisoners were transported to the camps by rail.
The camps were run by the SS.
There were about 20 Concentration Camps, but there were many sub-camps.
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.
In the late 1930s and the 1940s, the German SS soldiers killed millions of Jewish people in the holocaust camps.
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.
The Nazis did not plan to murder all prisoners in camps built before the Holocaust
the entire thing, that's what the holocaust was about...
The Holocaust was the mass containment of millions of Jews and many others in concentration camps. After being enslaved while in the concentration camps, 10 - 11 million of them were murdered. The Holocaust wiped out 2/3 of the Jewish population in Europe.
The SS ran the concentration camps and extermination camps.
The Holocaust was not liberated, it is a concept. The victims of the Holocaust were liberated as the military lines passed by the camps where they were held. Dependant on where the camps were, they were liberated in 1944 or 1945.
The nazis did not plan to murder all prisoners in camps built before the holocaust