They were, well, not good
The conditions were quite poor
very bad. They were living in the attic.
Frankfurt Jews were deported to camps from 1942 onwards.
Auschwitz was a major concentration camp during the Holocaust. My grandmother survived from Auschwitz and is still living today. Please also see related question.
great they searved you breakfast in bed and they washed you clothes and then..........................................................you gues
If you mean that you want to make a presentation/project about the Holocaust, but in a unique and creative way, then I suggest you try something that you wouldn't normally do, like: - Create a model of a concentration camp, with a description - Do a skit on people being taken into the concentration camps - Write a 'journal' based on the life of someone living during the Holocaust
The living conditions during the American revolution were dusty and filthy.
Before they were sent to concentration camp they were, for the most part, simply ordinary citizens living relatively 'normal' lives.
AnswerThey were usually hiding from the Nazi's in abandoned buildings, as for the unlucky Jews, they were living in concentration camps.___Most of them were living in ghettos. Very few were in hiding. After all, hiding for a long time is difficult.
dirty horible cold and harsh.
They got sent to concentration camps, work camps, or death factories.
Way less than satisfactory. There was little food, dead bodies littered the streets, and diseases ran rampant through households (especially typhus). And let's not forget perhaps the worst part of living in the ghettos: The Nazis. Prisoners were always in danger of being shot or exported to a death/concentration camp.
scant clothes, even in dead of winter, scant food all the time, constant fear that you would be next for death or experimentation, hopelessness
What were the living conditions of soildiers in the past?
The living conditions in the Warsaw ghetto were terrible. I had heard on a PBS series about the holocaust that the conditions were barely liveable. All the children had to work for there food and may of there parents had already died because of starvation. The Nazis put them in the ghetto to keep them under close watch until they had to be carried off to the concentration camps. They were also very cramped in the apartments where they stayed.
The typical ghetto during the Holocaust had multiple families living in an apartment with broken plumbing. People were starving and there was human waste in the streets.
What are you asking? Your question is somewhat absurd. They were simply living their life wherever they happen to be living.
Oskar Schindler was an industrialist for a living. During the Holocaust he was responsible for saving 1,200 Jews from execution.
There are many Holocaust survivors still living.
The living conditions were horrible. They were sorta like the middle passage. Look it up on wikipedia