They had to dig their own graves.AnswerMost of the prisoners were forced to do heavy manual work, such as quarrying, on grossly inadequate food. AnswerThere were different ways the prisoners were treated in the concentrated camps. The homosexuals to the communists to criminals to Jews. They were all treated brutally but in different ways.
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Croatian Association of Prisoners in Serbian Concentration Camps was created in 1995.
Able bodied prisoners had to work as slave labourers.
The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two.The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.
Hard physical labor.
The size of concentration camps varied greatly across Europe. There were many concentration camps in Germany, the most well-known being Auschwitz. Auschwitz had over 100 thousand prisoners, but other concentration camps had as many as 1 thousand prisoners to tens of thousands.
No, there was no such thing as a "good" concentration camp!
the oldest people in concentration camps were 80 years old? the oldest people in concentration camps were 80 years old?
The Jewish were mainly the ones to be put in concentration camps. Some were forced to become kapos, or prisoners that were granted special privileges to supervise other prisoners.
Death camps were built to kill prisoners systematically
allied forces arrived at the camps and freed the prisoners
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Prisoners at Flossenburg wore what prisoners in other concentration camps wore; striped uniforms.
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they wore striped pajamas
Agriculture and crafts
No.Concentration camps were large camps where Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, Slavs, and political prisoners were held. Those that died did so of either natural causes or being shot.Death camps were like concentration camps but they were the ones which had gas chambers.Many concentration camps had small gas chambers to kill prisoners who had become 'useless'. For example, Stutthof had such a gas chamber and an estimated 1,100 prisoners were killed there.
No, only the Auschwitz group of camps tattooed prisoners.
Concentration Camps Were Widely Known For Exterminating Jewish Kind And Prisoners of War. Used in WWII By Nazis.
The prisoners had to pay for the camps, with their labour and/or possessions - and leave the SS with a profit.
No. There were other minorities, like Gypsies or political enemies who were also sent to Concentration Camps as prisoners, but the bulk of the prisoners were Jews.
Concentration camps were used for forced prison labor, while extermination camps were built to kill all prisoners.
they didn't, not even close.