Obviously, it was absolute hell. The process was a prolonged attack on the **whole person** of each victim. Please bear in mind that before being sent to a camp many victims had been forced to live for several months of longer in ghettos where they didn't have enough to eat. Then there was the rail journey in enclosed cattle trucks (rather like box cars) to the camps. In many cases it was a very long journey indeed, without food and often without anything to drink. So it began ... I hope this gives you some idea. Joncey
Dachau was an ordinary concentration camp.
There was no concentration camp called "Belgium". There were, however, concentration camps in Belgium.
It was a gas
A concentration camp is a camp where the Jewish people were sent to when they were called. The camp had very bad conditions and as Jews were considered outlaws they were treated badly. Over 1000 people died in concentration camps all over Europe. People were even gassed to death at concentration camps.so generically a concentration camp was like a prison
Dachau was the first permanent concentration camp. There was another one that was the first place they put prisoners but it WA not an official concentration camp, more like a collecting place until Dachau was built.
The Jews were sometimes tortured and their conditions in the camp were very poor.
It was an concentration camp but it was very strict and a lot of deaths like an extermination camp with a bit of Laboring in the camp.
Like at any other concentration camps Physcial labour and killing
they were scared and frighted and they were traumatosed
As time progressed conditions worsened.
No, Hitler never went into the Concentration Camps because, he could have caught diseases like Typhus which were common in Concentration Camps.
dirty horible cold and harsh.
The tattoos consisted of a letter and a number.
it was a military fortess
in a concentration camp like everyonelse
No. Dachau was an 'ordinary' concentration camp (forced labour camp with extremely harsh conditions). It was not an extermination camp like Treblinka or Auschwitz II.
internment camps they just made them live in like a gehtoo and the concentration camps the like tried to kill them.
Westerbork in Holland was a holding camp for Jews before they were transferred to a permanent concentration camp like Auscswitz or Bergen-Belsen.
she did not like the nazis because they were taking all her friends to the concentration camp
Like all Nazi concentration camps, it was run by the SS.
A concentration camp is a prison camp for the detention of aliens, members of ethnic minorties, poltical opponents, etc. like the Germans condemned the Jews and other minorities to during WWII. An internment camp is a prison camp for the imprisonment of enemies such as POW's like the Americans had for the JAPANESE-AMERICAN RESIDENTS during WWII. the only difference is that internment camps are for prisoners of war and concentration camps are for minorities that you are not technically at war with. The U.S. was at war with Japan; Hitler was not at war with the Jews.