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What percent of all the people in concentration camps died?


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Answered 2010-05-13 08:36:12

Approximately, 95 percent of the people in the concentration camps died. It could be higher but some did escape and we have no idea about those people. Many who were still in the camps when the Allied Forces found them died later from starvation and typhus and other diseases.


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Not many. Millions of people died in German concentration camps. Only about a hundred died in concentration camps in America.

Around 13 Million People died in the Concentration Camps. About 300,000 died i the Ghettos.

in concentration camps as opposed to extermination camps people died from reasons relating to overwork and malnourishment, like exhaustion and disease.

None. There were no Polish concentration camps. Of course there were German concentration camps in occupied Poland, where several millions died, but that is another matter.

If you meant by People who died in Concentration Camps in Germany, then about 762,500 people died the Camps during the Holocaust.

No..... No..... The people who died in the concentration camps died because it was the intention of the Nazis that the people who were sent to the concentration camps were to die. They starved because those that imprisoned them did not feed them.

5 million to 11 mill people have died staying in those camps.

Approximately 4.9million Jews and Jewish children died in the Nazi concentration camps.

In the Concentration Camps alone, at least 12.8 out of 13.5 Million People were murdered in the actual Concentration Camps.This figure doesn't includePeople killed in Ghettos.People died on the way to the Camps or/and Ghettos.Mass shootings which took place outside of the area perimeter of ANY kind of Nazi Concentration Camp and/or Ghetto.Unknown death toll of Escapees from the Ghettos and/or the Concentration Camps.

Six Million. 4.1 Million Jews died in the concentration camps. Although we don't know the exact number of people that died.

they killed some people or they got very sick and died

More than 28000 Afrikaner women and children died in the concentration camps

many Jews were saved from concentration camps.many people were saved like about 5000 people but alot died

Most of them died. There was little or no care provided.

it was really horrible for the people who went there. They had to do slave jobs and were killed if they stopped doing a job for even 1 minute. most people were gassed in the gas chambers and lots of people died in the concentration camps.

All kinds of people were put into Nazi concentration camps during World War II. One of the hardest hit communities were the Jews of Europe (and some from North Africa, too). About six million died in concentration camps, though there were survivors.

It is estimated that somewhere between 8 and 10 million people died in the concentration camps, plus about 200,000 survivors who either escaped the camps, or were freed from them after the war.

Counting the soldiers and people executed in the concentration camps 70,000,000.

After Hitler died the Nazis lost and after that the allies helped people in death camps and concentration camps

6 million jews Jews were not the only class of people who died in the camps. Gypsys, gays, disabled and other catagories of people were also killed in the camps and that amounted to millions.

In concentration camps. He had people killed by the thousands every day in concentration camps throughout Europe. You should read a book called "Night" by Eliezer Wiesel. **************************************************************************** You're stretching it a bit by saying, "He (Hitler) had people killed by the thousands everyday in concentration camps through out Europe." Of course people died in all the camps but there were only three camps in which people including the Jews were "killed" and all three were in Poland.

People sometimes were in concentration camps for a very short period, but usually because they were killed as soon as they arrived. Others were held in the camps for years, until the Allies rescued them or they eventually died from the horrific conditions they were forced to endure.

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