Most were sent to extermination (death) camps, but some were sent to concentration camps.
They were sent to ghettos prior to the Concentration Camps...
About 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps in the aftermath of Kristallnacht.
Before the Jewish people were sent into Concentration camps, they were sent to labor camps. After they did not want to use them in the labor camps any longer, then sent them to the Concentration Camps.
The Jews were often sent sent to ghettos first.
According to numerouse sources and figures, Their's an estimate of 34,000 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps. According to most Historians, it widely agreed that 33,734 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps.
Hitler sent Jews out to concentration camps because he was trying to Kill all Jews, he thought that they were not worthy to live.
Jews were sent mainly to extermination camps rather than concentration camps. Please see the related question(s).
During the Kristallnacht and the days that followed about 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps.
They were sent, by force, to concentration camps.
They were sent to concentration camps. :/
Concentration camps or death camps.
Adolf Hitler sent the Jews to Concentration Camps!!! Yes, but they were also sent to ghettos and later in the holocaust, Extermination Camps.
Yes, but until 1938 Jews were not sent to concentration camps simply for being Jews.
Nazis who are jewish but If they were caught then they would be sent to concentration camps
Besides concentration camps,They would be sent to a ghetto,which they soon had to be sent away to camps. -Mr.Sir
they were named sam atherton and were sent to concentration camps.
so that they would not be in the general population
to Concentration Camps
Most of the people sent to the concentration camps and death camps during the Holocaust were Jews. But other groups of individuals sent to the camps included homosexuals, gypsies, political opponents, those who hid and helped Jews, blacks, and resistance workers.
Concentration camps, forced labor camps and extermination camps. From late 1941 on most of the Jews were sent to extermination camps, where they were killed within 12-48 hours of arrival.
The deportations to camps were not based on any law. They were just done. (The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 did not send Jews (or anyone else) to concentration camps or extermination camps). .