When did the Jews try to escpe from concentration camp?
Any time when they stupidly think it was safe to escape, Jews try to escape when they think theirs a way or a time gap which then they could escape
The Nazis used post cards from the concentration prisoners to find more Jews. __ Most of the postcards would not have been sent to any Jews in hiding. This would have been foolish. Most of the postcards, that were sent to Jews, were sent to addresses in Ghettos. Some postcards were supplied to the concentration camp prisoners to use to acknowledging the receipt of red cross parcels. Others had a more sinister purpose. Some prisoners…
A death camp is a place where you just flat out try to kill someone and a concentration camp is when they put you to worrk but they don't kill as directly. This was all during World War II Death Camps vs Concentration Camps Summary: 1. Staying alive at a Death Camp is almost impossible, unless you are recruited to help exterminate others of your clan. 2. Staying alive at a Concentration Camp is possible…
NO!! The Germans actually were killing Jews in concentration camps. The Germans looked below the Jews and thought of them as peasents. They were basically enemies. ___ Some Germans did help (or try to help) the Jews and in some cases suffered terribly for doing so, for example, Armin T. Wegner and Heinrich Grueber. Both were sent to concentration camps for doing so.
Did the German soldier following orders in the Nazi Death camps get punished for following those orders?
Most German SS officer's did their orders but some SS Officers did try to get some Jews free from the caps. some did succeed but most were caught and killed or sent to a concentration camp ______________________________ No, apparently there are a couple of cases where they were, but i have not seen those cases.
There were plenty of concentration camps for World War 2. Auschwitz concentration camp is a very well known camp. Copy and paste this URL and put it into the tool bar. It will take you to a great website. I found out a lot of information on this camp. http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10005263 You could also try googling the question you have because they have some pretty good sites to visit. Please see the related question, too.
It's located in Austria, around 20 kilomoters away from the city of Linz. It was one of the most brutal concentration camps-- a category 3-- which was the worse. to learn more about it go to www.ushmm.org or jewishgen.org or just try google. It is very interesting to learn about it and very devastating at the same time
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
Xenotransplantaion had not been developed and endorsed in that era. I could not find any reference of Josef Mengele doing animal part transplantation but with that evil doctor I would not put it past him to do that. He had no empathy with the Jews as humans and did whatever he felt like doing to them in their medical experiments in the concentration camps.
As early as the first months of 1942, word was already filtering back that the "work camps" were death houses. Only about 10% of all people incarcerated in the concentration camps lived through the experience. Being Jewish, the Franks, like all Jews at that time, dedicated their lives to trying to stay out of the camps.
in concentration camps Jewish people had to work all day and night and try to survive in the cold because they didnt have jackets or warm clothes they had thin shirts and pants, their heads were shaven clean, families were separated from each other and you couldn't get word from themmany people were shot to death others were thrown in gas chambers and poisoned until they died. they all die in hopes of freedom again.
Yes, they did try to bring back dead soldiers, improve soldiers resistance against cold, and try to chemically and genetically engineer Nazi soldiers. Many disgusting experiments were tested on people in concentration camps before it was used on nazi soldiers. If a nazi had lost a leg, or an arm, someone from a concentration camp would have there leg or arm chopped off, and transplanted to the soldier. They did not bring anyone back to…
It affects concentration because when something around you is making noise or movements it cuts into your concentration which than you don't have full concentration on what you were working on this way you try to think even harder and even than concentrating seems hard to do in situations like that.