There were many causes of death in concentration camps. When they first entered a camp some were shot automatically. Of course there were the terrible torture devices ( gas chambers etc.) There were also many many diseases that spread around. ( Example: typhus, which Anne Frank died from) due to the terrible conditions and uncleanliness it was easier to spread. Starvation and exhaustion were other causes.
More Jews would die in the train by diseases, starvation, dehydration, cold, heat, etc. then in the actual concentration camps.
The death camps basically speak for themselves. Jews who go to the Death Camps die a lot quicker than those who suffer at the regular Concentration Camps. They call it a Death Camp because you basically die there immediately unlike Concentration Camps..in which they make you work until you die from fatigue or starvation, etc. The effect of this results in the death of many Jews.
They would do hard labor and most of the time die of that or get in gas chambers and die or just have to line and get needlessly shot
We all know that the germans hated jews, so they sent them to concentraition camps to die. hope that helped.
They died in: Mass shootings, especially in the Soviet UnionDeliberately overcrowded ghettosExtermination campsConcentration camps
They were worked to death, tortured, or sent into gas chambers to die.
They died because of the concentration camps that Hitler and his Nazi group put them in.
Sent them to concentration camps to work and eventually die. At the concentration camps the Nazi soliders would put Jews in Gas CHambers, Smelting rooms, or have a firing squad kill them.
Thousands if not millions did but many survived the concentration camps. Of course not all Jews lived in Nazi controlled territory either.
because he was the one that started concentration camps and put the Jews in them to torture them before they die.
Hitler believed that the Jews were aliens. He hated them. He took action by starting an ethnic cleasning and trying to kill them off forever by inventing concentration camps and deporting them off there to die. Before the Concentration Camps he placed them in ghettos. -RoundRupert
They were killed.
concentration camps are prisons in a sense where as extermination camps are like death row u will certainly die in a extermination camp.
While the concentration camps were just being started, Jews would be packed into the backs of trucks and carted to burial sites. The fumes from the vehicle's exhaust would be placed into where the Jews were and they would die from inhaling the gases. More efficient methods were soon adopted though, inwhich more Jews could be killed in a lesser space of time.
No, some escaped and some were released. But most of them died yes.
If you are talking about the Holocaust, some Jews were hidden by kind people, and some escaped the country before they got put in concentration camps. Some survived the camps.___________Many were beyond the reach of the Nazis - for example, those in the US.
Concentration camps were death camps. The people that were scheduled to die were concentrated into areas for easier delivery to the death chambers.
Between 960,000 and 990,000 were killed at Auschwitz.
The Jewish did not die peacfully in concentration camps, they were put through hell to get to that point. litteraly they were tortured at some point to dead. it wasnt peacefully. unless you call a bullet wound to the head peacfully
Most were killed as soon as practical after arrival. The others had to work, often 11 hours a day, 6 days a week, on grossly inadequate food.Jews were forced to work. Basically it was just a drag before death. Jews were treated unfair, and wanted to die. Jews were tortured by everyone under hitlers powers. Even the "camp doctors", were torturing them.Concentration camps were absolutely horrible.They tried to survive if they had not been exterminated. It was hard because most died from disease, starvation, dehydration, and exposure. The people in the labor camps did war work to the point of exhaustion and often death.
not as a direct consequence
same as a man did: work and die.
Some of the people that were hiding in the Holocaust died, while others were sent to concentration camps. Though brutal, some Jews survived.