Same as the Jews, the gypsies were considered far inferior to ideal and useless as people.
The numbers are unclear since the Roma did not keep written records but it is estimated that close to a million Rom were slaughtered in the camps. This represents 80 to 90 Percent of the Rom population in Eastern Europe.
Some reports state that Hitler tried to declare the Roma a non-Aryan people but could not. Mainly because the Roma had been used for slave so long that there were light hair light skin peoples among them. It is said that he was terrified by the people and their rumored abilities. It is a long held belief that the gypsy as you call them are gifted psychics and spiritualists. good answer ^^
There were many different types of gypsy, call them tribes if you will (Roma were one) and they were treated differently from each other. They were mainly held for medical experiments, the gypsies were more Aryan than any other German, they became part of the Holocaust because Himmler wanted to find out what made them special, about 2% of gypsies were 'pure-blooded' and Himmler hoped that they could help him build his 'master-race'. Nomadic gypsies were interned because they were a security threat.
Because they were held for experiments, they were kept apart from the general population in the camps, Auschwitz had a gypsy camp of about 30 000. Towards the end of the war they were liquidated, as were so many of the other types of victim, to 'tidy up loose ends', this however was very problematic as the gypsies od Auschwitz were German and neither they nor the guards could understand why they had to die.
The inmates had to work in all the Nazi concentration camps. The only exceptions were the extermination camps, where most Jews and gypsies were gassed or shot on arrival.
None. The Nazi concentration camps ceased to function (as Nazi concentration camps) with the defeat of Nazi Germany in May, 1945.
The Concentration Camps were designed by the Nazi party in Germany to contain "undesirables," most notably the Jews. Other victims included Hitler's political enemies, Gypsies, and homosexuals.
Yes he had them in concentration camps. He called them "the Gypsy plague", and they were an official target of persecution by the Nazi regime.
Homosexuals, gypsies, and anyone the Nazis deemed "feeble-minded"
Nazi concentration camps are usually holding spots for Jews or Gypsies to kill them. There also used as camps to do things for the Nazis, such as grow things, or even build items. They also traded them for captured officers.
Most, if not all, experiments happened in the concentration camps.
they found you every prisioner had a number
Nazi prison camps were called concentration camps.
The Nazi concentration camps started in March 1933. At that time they were mainly for political opponents, not for Jews.Dachau , one of the first Nazi concentration camps, opened in March 1933
CommunistsOther socialistsLiberals and dissidents more generallyPacifistsJews'Gypsies'Jehovah's WitnessesHabitual criminals'Antisocial' elements, such as prostitutesHomosexualsThen, from 1941 on Jews and Gypsies were sent to extermination camps and concentration camp as part of the "final resolution".
Originally, the Nazi concentration camps were used mainly for political oponents of the Nazis.
There werent American CIVILIANS killed in Nazi Concentration camps. Civillians implies that they were not serving. There were American men in the army who were killed in Nazi Concentration camps, but no civilians.
Concentration camps were camps that the Jews were sent to during the time of the Holocaust. There were four major concentration camps. Most were killed there in torturous ways, forced into physical labor, or forced into sexual slavery. Not only Jews were sent there though also gypsies, homosexuals, just about anyone who was not a Nazi.
Actually, the more harsher camps were located in Poland. Anyway, these camps were places in which the Nazis kept anyone who Hitler didn't like. For example: Jewish, Catholics, Gypsies. Unfortunately, these camps were actually death camps.
About 25,000 worked in the Concentration Camps.
Originally, the Nazis set up concentration camps in March 1933 to terrorize political opponents. The extermination camps ('death camps') for Jews and 'gypsies' were a later developmen (1941-42).Please see the related question.
Concentration camps: 1933-1945. Extermination camps: 1941-1945.
A few ____ The Nazi camps ceased to function as concentration camps.
Nazi camps opperated through the whole Nazi era, 1933-1945. Other concentration camps have existed for far longer.
The Allies (including Britain) stopped the Nazi concentration camps and the Holocaust by invading and defeating Nazi Germany.
The first religion was actually the Roma (Gypsies) to be put in concentration camps not the Jews.