What were the training camps in World War 2 like?
Some pilots only had a few hours of training, it was probably pretty harsh too.
In World War I training camps, men were taught to handle a rifle and were given their military clothing. They were taught drills and were billeted with local families.
By trains or buses.
Temporary Jew Blasting Camps
Fort Snelling in Minnesota became a training school for junior officers during World War I. The post hospital was designated to treat wounded veterans needing rehabilitation.
well inded there was infact a camp in val cartier quebec
They basically trained them how to hold weapons, how to use them, how to aim and how to survive. It was similar to a "how to survive war 101" type deal
The Aussies trained in Australia somewhere and when they left Australia they trained in Egypt then went off to fight
It was painful. It was painful.
Louisiana switched from an agricultural dominating state to an urban hub as it focused on building military training camps and combat equipment for soldiers in an effort to aid in the war effort.
They were sent to camps and not let out into the public.
the women cooked and cleaned clothes and slaves were sent to training camps then sent to war
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In World War 1 (1914-18) there were no concentration camps. For the Nazi concentration camps, see the related question.
In World War 2 war crimes would be most recognized as the German P.O.W camps. In the camps the P.O.W's were treated like the Jews in the concentration camp. The Germans almost completely disregarded the rules of the Geneva convention. In the camps the prisoners were subjected to starvation, derived of treatment of battle injuries and disease. While Germany was not the only country to commit war crimes they were definitely the most recognizable for… Read More
if referring to concentration camps Washington had received information about such camps but there was nothing that could be done due to war time. the matter was stressed to President Roosevelt by Jewish groups during th war......... ___ Ordinary concentration camps (like Dachau and Buchenwald, for example) were public knowledge before the start of World War 2. The Allies knew about the extermination camps since the first of them started (December 1941) but did not… Read More
about 15,000 camps.
How many Japanese internment camps were there during World War II?
The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two. The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.
Concentration Camps Transit Camps Labour Camps Death Camps Extermination Camps.
There were thousands of camps all over Germany a long time before they started building the true death camps. If you tap in concentration camps into any web search engine, it will show you a map of the camps. They were not all death camps, but were camps for Germans who were not Nazi's, and were used for, what they called 're-training'. IF you were released, and still able to think or even walk, you… Read More
Mainly bread and water, and if they were lucky, some men managed to acquire small amounts of butter or margarine to spread on their bread.
Soldiers fighting in World War I had Rest Camps. In these camps, soldiers could rest and recover from their wounds and illnesses. Unfortunately, the rest camps were ineffective.
The Nazis made these camps during world war 2
A few ____ The Nazi camps ceased to function as concentration camps.
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Atomic bombs were used in the last weeks of world war 2.And in the cold war pretty much all of the war was fought with nuclear weapons.Not only did world war 2 had concentration camps but the soviet union invented communist jails and communist camps called gulag camps that were as Painful as concentration,labour,extermenation and transit camps.
On the Axis side many prisoners of war were sent to work camps, concentration camps, or stockades based on race, color, or religion. On the Allied side prisoners of war were ether sent to camps in the US. or in camps through out the British empire based on war the fighting was going on.
Of course. If you're asking about Nazi Concentration camps then there were tons starting from World War 1, and up until World War 2 :)
in the united staes camps about 110 but in prison war 750 inmates that were Japanese
Duration camps during World War 2 were used to house threats to national security and captured enemies. Duration camps are often referred to as refugee camps.
They were relocated by the US gov to camps called war relocation camps.
Too much. Millions were killed, including soldiers, unsuspecting families, and those who were slaughtered in the Nazi concentration camps. If you would like exact figures, check wikipedia.com on World War II. And if you would like to know more about the concentration camps, check out Corie Ten Boom's autobiography.
Internment camps in World War 2 were for enemy aliens.
Concentration camps or death camps.
It was not indians that were in concentration camps. However during world war 2 the nazis under order of hitler took jewish people and captured them unwillingly into the concentration camps.
If you were in the US, you were either drafted into the military or sent to Japanese Internment Camps. If you were in Japan, you were either drafted into the military or sent to POW like camps.
29,000 in Axis POW camps and 14,000 in Japanese camps .
The PoW (Prisoners of War) were kept either in PoW Camps or in some Concentration Camps such as Auschwitz.
It was very hard and many Jews were put into Concentration Camps by Nazis and many people were killed.
Camps spread out through america, and the English countryside. Forts places like that.
In World War 1 (1914-1918) there were no extermination camps. If you meant War World 2 (1939-1945) see the related question.
They were put in concentration camps and extermination camps.
When the War ended.
There's a misunderstanding here. Concentration camps did not lead to World War 2. Countries went to war for much more down to earth reasons. In fact, liberating concentration camps didn't figure anywhere in Allied war aims.
they were affected by the camps that Canadian government put them in.e.g.internment camps detention camps