What were the differences between the Nazis concentration camps and the Japanese concentration camps?
They only held the Japanese in the concentration camps, the dint kill them off. They could have a life in the one square mile of a home. They killed off the Jews in the Nazi concentration camps.
During WW II, the Nazis and the Imperial Japanese both inflicted horrible cruelties upon the people whom they placed in their various camps, the main difference being that the Nazis intended that no one in the camps would survive, while the Japanese were not specifically trying to kill everybody in their camps, although they did mistreat them terribly.
Which camps? England invented concentration camps in, I think, the Crimean War, the US unlawfully used them to control citizens of Japanese, Italian, and German backgrounds, and of course the Nazis used them in WW II, and the Japanese also in WW II.
14.6 Million people were killed by the Nazis between mainly 1938-1945. At least 500 were killed between 1933-.
The Nazis were involved in the concentration camp Buchenwald because it was a camp for political prisoners.
The Nazis had all the usual prejudices ...
According to research reports, Nazis actually set up 20 000 concentration camps.
Concentration camps were places German Nazis sent Jewish people to be tortured and exterminated. The Holocaust was the name given to the process of Jewish extermination by the Germans.
It's estimated between 3,000 and and 9,000 gays and lesbians died in concentration camps.
The Nazi concentration camps started days after the Nazis were elected into office in 1933. They ended when the Nazis were removed from power in 1945.
Nazis are not gay; in fact, the Nazis murdered tens of thousands of gay people in concentration and death camps.
The first Concentration Camp built by the Nazis were Dachau Concentration Camp.
6 million people were killed by the Nazis
The Nazis would wake them up at dawn.
they didn't kill them you moron __ By 1939, about 6,000 JWs were arrested. Between 2,000 and 2,500 were sent to Concentration camps. Approx 1,500 died in the camps, with a further 250 executed by the Nazis.
Yes, their were many female Nazis. Even some Female Nazis worked in concentration camps e.g. Auschwitz
They were chosen from within the SS staff at concentration camps.
The nazis killed the Jews, beat them, put them into concentration camps, and broke their buildings
she did not like the nazis because they were taking all her friends to the concentration camp
The camp opened in May 1940 and initially was intended as a very tough concentration camp for Poles who resisted or didn't co-operate with the Nazis.
Before the Jews were in the concentration camp, the Nazis built a wall around their neighborhood called a ghetto. After this, the Nazis deported Jews to the camps.
German concentration camps were where Jews and other people went when they were caught by the Nazis
The Nazis only gave the Jews a piece of bread and a glass of water.
The Nazis ran concentration from March 1933 till May 1945.
All the countries which were not invaded by the Nazis including Britain didn't have any Concentration Camps.
not as a direct consequence
they flee or died
Concentration camps, mostly in Poland.
Most of them were directly driven to the gas chambers, but others had to work for the nazis for a couple of weeks or months. In the end, if you were on a train to a concentration camp (or extermination camp) you were dead.
Japanese internment camps and concentration camps imprisoned citizens during WWII based on racial prejudice and distrust. Although violating their rights as citizens, the US treated the Japanese relatively humanely, whereas the Nazis treated the Jews and other prisoners as animals. The US did not rent out prisoners as labor, perform biological experiments, or deliberately exterminate prisoners. (Guards did kill and injure several Japanese who violated camp boundaries.) Both systems of camps were involuntary yet (at… Read More
The Coffee Nazis refused to give the captured Jews any coffee. "NO COFFEE FOR YOU!"
Most Jews from Germany Nazis deported to the concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Originally, the Nazi concentration camps were used mainly for political oponents of the Nazis.
Both books are based on discrimination. Farewell to Manzanar is about a Japanese American girl that is forced to leave their lives behind and move into an internment camp during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. In Night, the main character and writer Elie a Jewish boy and his family is taken by the Nazis into a numerous concentration camps.
The Nazis. They controlled the concentration camps.
to keep the Jews away from the Germans
1933-1945 (twelve years).
Sent them to a concentration camp and killed them
Some Nazis who worked in the concentration camps did commit suicide because, either the sound of Jews screaming whiles being gassed,shot etc.. or they couldn't cope of killing the Jews
Concentration Camps Were Widely Known For Exterminating Jewish Kind And Prisoners of War. Used in WWII By Nazis.
The Japanese internment camps were sort of like special prisons for Japanese-Americans during World War II. The camps weren't very nice, nor was being imprisoned in them, but at the same time, the internees were not tortured or otherwise severely harmed. Still, it's not one of America's proudest moments. They were intended to keep Japanese-Americans on the West Coast from assisting the Japanese military if it ever invaded the USA. The Nazi concentration camps were… Read More
In March 1933. Before the first permanent concentration camp opened as Dachau on 22 March 1933, the Nazis rounded up Communists and some others and put them in temporary concentration camps. They imprisoned people simply on the gounds that they were a 'threat to the government'.
Yes and the fathers would be Nazis'. When the Nazis' were drunk they would have sex with a pretty girl and the girl would become pregnant with a baby. Hitler allowed this to happen at any concentration camp.
They were used for mass murder by the Nazis.
Auschwitz was a major concentration camp for Jews created by the Nazis in the Netherlands.
Whenever the Nazis weren't raping them
First: Dachau Largest: Auschwitz
it was a military fortess
Sent to concentration camps