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When was United Nations Established

What happened at the Nuremberg Trials

What was the largest of the Nazi death camps

What resource did Hitler want to capture by attacking the southern soviet union

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What group ran the extermination camps?

The extermination camps were run by the SS.


What was the deference between the concentration camps and the extermination camps?

concentration camps are prisons in a sense where as extermination camps are like death row u will certainly die in a extermination camp.


Why did Hittler eventually go to extermination camps?

He never went to any extermination camps.


What were the 6 Nazi Extermination Camps?

The six Nazi extermination camps were:Auschwitz-BirkenauSobiborTreblinkaMajdanekChelmnoBelzec


How many Nazi extermination camps were there?

There is an 'established' list of six extermination camps, but there were at least two other, smaller, extermination camps. Please see the related question.


Who ran the extermination camps?

The extermination camps were run by the SS, with the help of Ukrainians, Latvians and others.


How did the Nazis deport Jews to extermination camps?

The Nazis deported Jews to extermination camps by cattle cars.


Which inference does the locations of Nazi extermination camps support?

Nazi leaders wanted to keep the existence of extermination camps secret.


The Nazi's established what?

Ghettos, concentration camps and extermination camps.


Did Austria have Nazi extermination camps?

No, but it had the Mauthausen group of camps.


Wheredid the Nazis begin to deport Jews from extermination camp?

No one was deported from extermination camps, it was very much the 'last stop'. People were deported to extermination camps; initially from the ghettos, then from concentration camps, then from their homes.


What was a difference between concentration camps and extermination camps in Nazi Germany?

Concentration camps were used for forced prison labor, while extermination camps were built to kill all prisoners.


What types of camps did Hitler make?

Concentration Camps Extermination Camps Labour Camps Transit Camps Death Camps.


Where did the Jews go when they were sent to exetermination camps?

They went to extermination camps.


What did the SS do in the Holocaust?

The SS ran the concentration camps and extermination camps.


How many execution camps did Hitler have?

Hitler had 6 extermination camps.


Where did the people go for the extermination camps?

The extermination camps were all in Poland after Germany invaded them. The main extermination camp was the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp near Krakow, Poland.


Why did German build extermination camps?

They found themselves with large numbers of Jews and no way to feed them, the 'humane' answer was to build extermination camps.


What were the camps called where the Nazis sent the Jews?

Concentration camps, forced labor camps and extermination camps. From late 1941 on most of the Jews were sent to extermination camps, where they were killed within 12-48 hours of arrival.


What was done to the people in extermination camps?

They were killed.


What country had the majority of extermination camps?

Poland


Why did the German build extermination camps?

I have no clue.


Which were facilities built by the Nazis to imprision Jews?

Concentration camps, Extermination camps and Death camps


When did the Nazis build extermination camps?

The Nazi extermination camps (that is, camps built solely for the purpose of killing) were all built in 1941-42. There were 6-8 such camps. Please see the related questions.


which of the followings describes a difference between concentration camps and extermination camps in nazi germany?

Concentration camps were used for forced prison labor, while extermination camps were built to kill all prisoners.