In either forced labor camps or death camps, most inmates were worked until they died. Filthy conditions, no medicines, and lack of food led to many deaths by starvation and disease. The people sent to these camps were treated in a totally callous, malicious, and inhumane manner. The death camps were part of Hitler's "Final Solution" (genocide of the Jews), although gypsies and ethnic Polish populations were subject to the same type of methodical extermination.
During the Holocaust, Americans had a role in liberating concentration camps and fighting with the Allies.
They were probably sent to concentration camps with the Natzi soldiers.
The 4 major Concentration Camps during the Holocaust were:AuschwitzTreblinkaBelzecSobibor
Concentration camps were very common during and before the Holocaust.
The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
After the Holocaust, the concentration camp's, were converted to memorials. However, some were demolished completely.
Their was 63 concentration camps and their was 916 subcamps
Yes, the concentration camps were a key part of the Holocaust.
not in England, not during the Holocaust.
in the concentration camps
concentration camps or death camps
They would have been killed treated inhumane or sent to concentration camps.
None, the kids in the concentration camps starved to death
Atleast 17 million people were transfered to the concentration camps during the holocaust.
No, concentration camps were a part of the Holocaust.
around 8 million families were sent to concentration camps in the holocaust and in which few made it out alive. ____ The number of individuals sent to concentration and extermination camps was lower than this ...
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played with each other
Mainly to murder Jews.