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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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