They had to build roads, cut soldiers hair, and dig bombshells.
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labor and concentration camps
Concentration Camps Were Widely Known For Exterminating Jewish Kind And Prisoners of War. Used in WWII By Nazis.
Manual labor and unskilled work.
They died in the Nazi Concentration camps, death marches between camps or general didn't survive when escaped. Most deaths occurred at the Nazi Concentration camps. There are differnet kinds of camps:Concentration, Death, Extermination, Transition and Labor camps. Each kind of camps has got it's own purpose such as holding people or killing them in mass numbers.
further plague research, tuberculosis, pneumonia and common cold
Dysentery, and Typhus were two huge diseases in the camps. Typhus was also the reason they shaved the hair off the prisoners, to stop Typhus from spreading to others.
The Jewish prisoners performed whatever kind of forced labor their Nazi captors demanded. The work was menial and often difficult. It was meant to be humiliating and to wear down the prisoners, most of whom were being starved while expected to work outside in the extreme heat or extreme cold. Jewish prisoners were beaten if they did not dig trenches fast enough or lift enough heavy objects.
None, the kids in the concentration camps starved to death
You need to specify the kind of camps: Boy Scout camps, summer camps, military training camps, concentration camps.
Extermination camps (killing centres).Concentration camps (harsh forced labour camps, where the inmates were generally worked to death).Combined extermation and concentration camps.
They were sent to concentration camps ...
Well, theres labor camps, execution camps, transit camps.
* Transit camps, where prisoners were held till they were moved to other kinds of camps. * Concentration Camps, Grade I - for example, Dachau. * Concentration Camps, Grade II - for example, Buchenwald. (These were harsher than Grade I camps and there was less food than at Grade I camps). * Concentration Camps, Grade III - for example, Auschwitz I and III. (Harsher and with less food than in Grade II camps - very high death rates). * Extermination camps - most of Auschwitz II (Birkenau), Treblinka II, Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor, Maly Trostenets and one section of Majdanek. These camps were designed as killing centres and nothing else. In addition, there were also concentration camps for 'difficult children' (!) aged 12+ and later even 2+ ...
They dug soil
They aren't the same because the Nazi Concentration Camp is a specific Concentration Camp. Concentration Camp could be any kind of concentration camp
They did not wear any shoes
In the concentration camps they had jobs like sewing uniforms, farming, also things like digging ditches for the dead bodies or throwing them in them.
There was Beating,whipping,strangling,and acid showers and some had to take a shower and then digged until the Nazi behind them would shoot them in the back of the head.
Cleaning up making things