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What were the differences between the Nazis concentration camps and the Japanese concentration camps?


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Answered 2012-03-15 20:30:33

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.


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