stripped clothing and it had the star on it.
Homosexuals had to wear a pink triangle. However, many of the homosexuals in concentration camps had not been convicted of any crime, but were simply sent there by the Gestapo on the basis of gossip.
Jews in concentration camps wore striped clothing and a yellow triangle.
People weren't allowed to wear shoes because the Nazi's wanted all of their belongings to sell
prison uniforms, Jews had to wear a yellow triangle and a green triangle sewn on the chest.
They did not wear the star in the camps. The concentration camps had a system of badges to signify which type of prisoner they were. Criminals would wear a green triangle and Jews would also wear a yellow triangle when one was inverted and placed over the other it looked like a six-pointed star and in the black and white photographs this looks like a yellow star of David.
They did not wear any shoes
Stripped Pyjamas mainly.
they wore striped pajamas
Homosexuals were made to wear pink triangles in concentration camps.
rangy clothing or striped pants and tops
Whenever the Nazis weren't raping them
It was as a means of uniformity and dehumanising the Jews.
they had these atars on their clothes because the Nazis made tham wear them so that they could tell from who was a Jew
Jews were sent to concentration camps during the holocaust to be killed by a gas room, being shot, or worked to death. The Jews had to wear the yellow star on their close. The Jews were creamated after death.
The prisoners who were allowed to live were given uniforms of cheap cloth.
If you are asking about the prisoners, there was no special badge or triangle for German nationals.
All the prisoners had to wear striped pjyamas.
No, they were members of the SS and wore SS uniforms.
well they wore very stratchy and uncomfortable white shirts and pants with blue strips and the also wore hats and wooden clogs
They wore pants with black stripes on them, and long-sleeved shirts just the same. Sometimes they were not allowed to wear anything at all. Hope that answers your question.
Old German prison uniforms, old rags, and often nothing.
They did not only Prisoners in the Ghettos and Concentration Camps worned the star of david.
they made the Jews wear the star of David and sent them to concentration camps
Prisoners at Flossenburg wore what prisoners in other concentration camps wore; striped uniforms.
They were prisoners of the Nazi State (even though their only infraction was their race/religion). As a result, they were treated as prisoners and forced into prison clothes. The head-shaving was done to further humiliate the Jews by removing a physical part of their identity.
the british invented prisnor of war camps and 2 answer ur question they didnt wear much i can tell u that Jewish prisoners had to wear a star and stripped pj's i think
No. In the camps there was an elaborate system of triangular badges. Jews had to wear a yellow triangle, political opponents a red triangle, sex offenders and homosexuals a pink triangle, and so on.
If the Jews didn't wear the symbol a neighbor would report them and they would be shot or sent to concentration camps.
Aldof Hitler (nazi leader) belived that the supreme race was people with blond hair and blue eyes and he had set up concentration camps to hold and kill enimes that opposed him for some reason that i can't recall he put Jews in these camps and over the course of world war 2 killed over 6 million Jewish people and that is the Holocaust also Hitler put Jehavahs Witness in camps and made them wear… Read More
There was at one time a custom of making prisoners wear striped clothing so that if they were to escape the prison, they could be more easily identified as escaped prisoners (at least until such time as they had a chance to get some new clothing). Even though inmates of concentration camps had not committed any crime and had not been convicted of anything, they were still prisoners, and so this was done it make… Read More
What the Nazi did to the people in the concentration camps, well, it sounds horrible, but they locked the Jews in a gas chamber to die. Then they burned the bodies so no evidince would be found. Very nasty subject...but I'll tell you; They took away innocent Jews and gave them striped pajamas/sacks to wear in the camps. They then shaved all of their heads and separated the men and boys from the girls and… Read More
There were several groups placed in the camps. They were: Jewish, disabled, mentally retarded, homosexuals, people who helped/hid any of the above groups. Each of the above groups were also required to wear the symbols on their clothing. Most people know about the yellow Star of David for the Jewish, but there was a pink triangle for those who were homosexual.
Jews were forced to wear badges with yellow Stars of David on their outermost clothing that said "Jude" meaning "Jew." Failure to do so was punishable. (When the stars were introduced in Nazi-occupied Poland they were often blue on white). If they were in concentration camps, they wore prison clothes with a yellow triangle. (This was sometimes combined with another triangle, such as red).
Guards- SS uniforms. Prisoners- striped 'pyjama' prison clothes with a triangle in the upper arms indicating why they were there - for example, a red triangle for socialists, a yellow triangle for Jews and so on.
yes in the concentration camps the Jews still had to wear the star of david it was one of the ways the German Nazi's could futher degrade the Jews and also tell them apart from local folk near by.
All prisoners in concentration camps - regardless of background - wore the striped prison uniform.
It was the prisoners' uniform, much like in places an orange jumpsuit is prison uniform.
What did Nazi camp administrators do to identify people from different groups in the concentration camp?
Inmates had to wear different coloured patches sewn onto the breasts of their tops, either triangular or rectangular (or both) to indicate which categories they were in.
The Jews who were sent to concentration camps, had their own clothes taken from them so, they were usually given old rags or old dirty clothes that were taken from Jews before them when they died. The soldiers wore the same uniforms they they would wear in combat.
They wore old German prisoner uniforms, old rags, and sometimes they didn't wear anything. The clothing was usually thin cloth. They didn't wear underclothing.
What are some policies and laws did the Nazi government make to limit the freedom and rights of Jews in Germany?
They made small changes first, which eventually grew. Jews had to wear a yellow star of David to identify themselves as Jewish, then they were restricted to curfews, their stores and businesses were trashed and ransacked, and eventually they were forced into ghettos, then into concentration camps.
They technically weren't called "torture camps", they were called "concentration camps" and its was where Jewish men and women were tooken and the women had to cut their hair really short like men and had to wear ragged old clothes. -Shelby Warfield,IN
They were not supplied with more clothing than normal, so the answer is - the same as they wore the rest of the time. Many Jews died of disease in the camps because they were not properly kept warm.
Nudist communities, and camps.
Before the Holocaust began, they were forced to wear large, yellow star badges to identify them as Jews. They were also used for identification purposes within the concentration camps once the Holocaust began. Today, the Star of David is as much a religious symbol as the Cross is. Many Jews wear it as a necklace.
Black and white striped jumpsuits at some camps. At others, you had but the shirt on your back. Certain ethnic/religious groups were also forced to wear identifying badges (Jews had the yellow star, Jehovah's Witnesses had the purple triangle, homosexuals wore the pink triangle).
they were made to wear a pink badge, much like the Jews had to wear a gold star. it wasn't just gays and Jews who were catagorised though, almost everyone was catagorised(except the Germans, nazi followers, and anyone who agreed with Hitler basically) but i can't remember the other catagories
stripped clothing and it had the star on it.
Yes, the Nazis persecuted Freemasons and often sent them to concentration camps. Within the camps, Freemasons were categorized as political prisoners, and were forced to wear an inverted red triangle on the sleeves of their uniforms.