well it depends on which camp your talking about..
Some of the extermination camps - Treblinka, Sobibor and Belzec were destroyed by the Nazis in 1943. In those cases there was nobody left to liberate.
The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two.The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.
They were liberated when the war ended, in 1945.
Most concentration camps were liberated by the allied forces towards the end of the war.
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They were liberated one by one by the allies when they got to them
In World War 1 (1914-18) there were no concentration camps. For the Nazi concentration camps, see the related question.
that's what the whole war was about. it was to stop all of the concentration camps.___With respect, World War 2 was not about the concentration camps or the Holocaust. In fact, one keeps on hearing that in the US most people had 'no idea' about all this till US forces actually liberated camps at the very end of the war in Europe.
It is estimated that about 1.5 million Jews were left in Europe at the end of World War II. About 50,000 were interned at the end of the war. Many had escaped when the Nazis abandoned the camps.
No. The Jews were saved and liberated from the concentration camps after the British, the Americans and the USSR defeated the Nazis and their allies.
A few ____ The Nazi camps ceased to function as concentration camps.
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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 :)
Why did Adolf create concentration camps?
Their was only about 20 Major concentration camps.
concentration camps were places where Jews were kept in the 2nd world war and then the used to get killed there
When the War ended.
Where could the most famous WW2 concentration camps we located?
Concentration camps or death camps.
They were put in concentration camps and extermination camps.
Some hid (Anne Frank) some fled and some were liberated from concentration camps by allies
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.