What were the conditions for the Jews during the Holocaust?
Jews during Holocaust Jews were taken to concentration camps where they had to work from early in the morning until late in the night. A total of six million Jews were killed. Often there would be hundreds of people taken and burned, slapped, gassed, shot. Many would have to dig their own grave before being shot into it or buried alive. It was a tragic. They also would have to get up at 4ish every morning for roll call where they would stand outside in the freezing weather and stay there for 2 hours or more. Food rations were below subsistence-level.