The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.
Concentration camps :)
There was 5 different types of Camps but here is 2 most common. Concentration Camps Extermination Camps
Eagle Lake Camps in Colorado Springs offer many types of camps. These include overnight camps and day camps. As well as this there are Rez camps, Horse camps and Excursion camps.
Concentration Camps Extermination Camps Labour Camps Transit Camps Death Camps.
camps were seperated
Concentration camps were in areas Germany and controlled, mainly Germany and Poland.
Nazi Germany created the extermination camps on occupied Polish territory. (Germany had invaded Poland in September 1939).
The camps were mainly in Germany and in Nazi-occupied Poland.
The extermination camps were top secret.
From 1940 onwards most of the very large concentration camps were in Poland or in areas annexed from Poland. they varied all in germany. Europe held a lot of the concentration camps. they lived in germany.
If you meant by People who died in Concentration Camps in Germany, then about 762,500 people died the Camps during the Holocaust.
Allied soldiers were in German POW camps. German soldiers were in Allied POW camps.
Germany and Poland.
Back in 1940, there were five concentration camps in Germany. These camps were established to eradicate resistance groups, political prisoners, racial groups of the Jews and Roma.
Most of the camps were located in Germany and Poland. However, a majority of them in Germany were around some major German cities.
The death camps were kept outside of Germany because even if the people held there managed to escape somehow, they would have so far to go if they wanted to get back to Germany. As well, the supplies locally outside of Germany were cheaper to help build the camps.
Yes and no. Japanese internment camps, but nothing like what Germany did.
Concentration camps were located throughout Germany and German controlled countries
Concentration camps have not ended. Germany ended theirs in 1945.
The key distinction was between extermination camps and labour camps ("ordinary" concentration camps).