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The Jews were sometimes tortured and their conditions in the camp were very poor.
As time progressed conditions worsened.
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.
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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
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Rough, probably almost as bad as being transported to an American PoW camp.
The conditions were ok. Some of the rooms were equipped with heating while others had beds instead
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The life was harsh, very hard, you could think of an army camp overworking you. If you watch war movies, you might be able to see a concentration camp, you know, with the sticks between the arms?
They slowly starved and died of typhus. The conditions in the camp were not tolerable for any human being.
This is because the word "camp" is in the name. When people hear "camp", they often think of summer camp. It is shown in action when Stanley says to the judge "Well, I've never been to camp before."
Auschwitz concentration camp was the largest concentration camp of Nazi Germany.The living conditions were very poor and the prisoners were worked until they could work no more then they were killed. All the prisoners were fed not enough calories to keep them going. Around 100 people were in one room altogether.
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Dachau was an ordinary concentration camp.
Conditions at Majdanek were appalling. The camp had two sections: one was a very harsh concentration camp. The SS guards sometimes went on killing sprees, murdering prisoners with wooden clubs and other blunt instruments; they also tortured prisoners for their amusement. The other section of Majdanek was an extermination camp.
Camp conditions could have been improved for the soldiers had clean water and food supplies been more readily available. It would also have been better if there were more medical facilities.
The camp at Andersonville, Georgia is the most notorious for bad living conditions and treatment of Union prisoners of war.
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.
Dachau was an ordinary concentration camp, not an extermination camp. Its main purpose was a punishment and labour camp for political prisoners. Obviously, conditions there were bad, but it was not comparable to extermination camps like Treblinka. Most of the Jews at Dachau were there because of their politics. Wikipedia gives the death toll at Dachau and its sub-camps as about 35,000.