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Nazi Concentration Camps

What were concentration camps and where they found?


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Answered 2011-10-05 17:11:44

concentration camps were places where Jews were kept in the 2nd world

war and then the used to get killed there


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The Brits, Americans and Soviets all found the concentration camps, not necessarily together.

There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.

that is abit of a silly question because no one wanted to go to the concentration camps but if the Germans found them they had to go as soon as they arrived they knew that they were going into the camps

Why? Because the Jews were starving, and almost dead. When Americans found concentration camps, most were abandoned by Nazis.

The main types of Concentration Camps were Concentration Camps and Extermination Camps.

No there are no more Concentration camps

The Nazis who killed the inmates and not much documents about the camps

There were no saunas in concentration camps.

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The reason they were called concentration camps is because they were camps where the government concentrated (herded together) a particular group of people.

All camps were technically concentration camps, generally the extermination camps were called 'death camps'.

There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.

There weren't camps located in a location called "concentration." They were called concentration camps, and they were located all over Europe.

They would no doubt be at the concentration camps.

Their was 20 major concentration camps.

yes there was concentration camps in Arizona

There are concentration camps today (in North Korea).

they found you every prisioner had a number

They were arrested and sent to concentration camps.

It was said that she was around 15 or 16 when they found her and another family to whom which her boyfriend belonged to and then sent to different concentration camps.

The Nazi concentration camps now are either museums, or the land on which they were has been returned to normal use. Concentration camps that are still running are very similar to what the Nazis had, as some of the people who were involved found employment as technical advisers after the war.

In the concentration camps, Jews and everyone else marched around the camps.

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Most were sent to extermination (death) camps, but some were sent to concentration camps.

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