Concentration camps were either forced labor camps or death camps. Either way, most inmates were worked until they died. Filthy conditions and minimal food led to many deaths by starvation and disease. In some cases, hideous medical experiments were performed, often to discover better ways to kill prisoners. The people sent to these camps were treated in a totally malicious and inhumane manner. The death camps were part of Hitler's "Final Solution" (genocide of the Jews), although ethnic Polish populations were subject to the same type of methodical exterminations.
It was painful. It was painful.
It was not indians that were in concentration camps. However during world war 2 the nazis under order of hitler took jewish people and captured them unwillingly into the concentration camps.
They weren't. The government just feared that many of them were also Japanese spies, and put as many of them as the gov. could find and put them into RELOCATION camps. Though later, many of these relocatees recalled how the camps were very much like concentration camps.
internment camps they just made them live in like a gehtoo and the concentration camps the like tried to kill them.
Too much. Millions were killed, including soldiers, unsuspecting families, and those who were slaughtered in the Nazi concentration camps. If you would like exact figures, check wikipedia.com on World War II. And if you would like to know more about the concentration camps, check out Corie Ten Boom's autobiography.
Americans did not have concentration camps. They did have POW camps but those were totally different. They were treated good and healthy. Most German Solders surrounded to the Americans late in the was because they knew they treated you good and they didn't want to desert the German Army and be counted as a coward.
Her life was stressful, scary, terrible, and threatning in the concentration camps.
The Ghetto in World War 2 was the bad part of town, like where everything was messed up and filthy. The concentration camps made Jews work around all day. The Ghetto's were better than the concentration camps, that's the difference.
concentration camps are prisons in a sense where as extermination camps are like death row u will certainly die in a extermination camp.
There were essentially group outhouses, if anything at all.
No, Hitler never went into the Concentration Camps because, he could have caught diseases like Typhus which were common in Concentration Camps.
There were no concentration camps in Britain. There's some confusion here.
Nazi concentration camps were areas which were used to incarcerate political prisoners and opponents of the Nazis. Later on these were also used for Jews, homosexuals, gypsies and the mentally ill, amongst others. The Nazis got the idea for concentration camps from the British who used it during the second Anglo-Boer War in South Africa. It should be noted that a distinction should be drawn between concentration camps and extermination camps. With concentration camps detainees were usually held there for a certain period of time and were forced to do work. In extermination camps (like Treblinka, Sobibor and Belzec) new arrivals were simply killed on arrival and very few survived these. Camps like Auschwitz-Birkenau and Majdanek were combinations of concentration camps and extermination camps.
There were two main types of camps created by the Nazis during the Holocaust, namely concentration camps and extermination camps. The term for concentration camps was borrowed from the British concentration camps during the Second Anglo-Boer War in South Africa. The concentration camps were placed where the enemies of the Nazis were enslaved, starved, tortured and killed. People in the concentration camps were put to work in harsh conditions. This included Jews, Soviet prisoners of wars, Gypsies, Poles, homosexuals, people with disabilities, Jehovah's witnesses, Catholic clegy, Eastern European intellectuals and others like common criminals. Many prisoners died in the concentration camps due to maltreatment, disease, starvation and overwork. The extermination camps is also known as death camps as these camps were only used to systematically kill people, mostly Jews, by gassing them. These camps were different from the concentration camps as new arrivals to these camps were immediately killed and were not put to work first. It included Chelmno, Belzec, Majdanek, Sobibor and Treblinka. Auschwitz-Birkenau was a combination of concentration and extermination camps.
in concentration camps the beds were small bunk beds in tiny rooms and shared by a lot of people.
in concentration camps as opposed to extermination camps people died from reasons relating to overwork and malnourishment, like exhaustion and disease.
There was no concentration camp called "Belgium". There were, however, concentration camps in Belgium.
Some people died of typhus like Anne Frank.
same as elsewhere.