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  1. Whippings.
  2. Having big, hungry dogs unleashed on you.
  3. Being made to spend a whole night squashed together with three other people in a really tiny cell, then having to do a full day's work.
  4. Wrists tied behind the back, then hoisted off the ground.
  5. Death by hanging on a short drop.
  6. Death by starvation.
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auschwitz punishments consisted of whipping flogging standing moionless in all weather and the pillar.

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Mainly death. the food was so little that if they deprived you of it you died immediately anyway. If the nazi guards saw anyone not working, they sent them right into the gas chambers.

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Punishments varied from the official to the unofficial, and from sanctioned to unsanctioned. They had capital, corporal and passive punishments.

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Severe beatings or death.

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