They were sent to ghettos prior to the Concentration Camps...
Ghettos, concentration camps and extermination camps.
Ghettos preceded concentration camps. Concentration camps appeared during the Nazi era in Germany. Ghettos were present in the largest cities in Germany (and other large urban areas in other countries) well before that.
ghettos were the "rest stop" before concentration camps. they were there to collect the jews, gypsies, and the other groups that hitler disliked before sending them off to the concentration camps
In the Concentration Camps alone, at least 12.8 out of 13.5 Million People were murdered in the actual Concentration Camps.This figure doesn't includePeople killed in Ghettos.People died on the way to the Camps or/and Ghettos.Mass shootings which took place outside of the area perimeter of ANY kind of Nazi Concentration Camp and/or Ghetto.Unknown death toll of Escapees from the Ghettos and/or the Concentration Camps.
Life in the ghettos was not only restricted and confined, but eventually, everyone in the ghettos was carted to concentration camps.
ghettos, concentration camps, and death camps
Around 13 Million People died in the Concentration Camps. About 300,000 died i the Ghettos.
In practice, that is exactly what the ghettos set up by the Nazis were.
mainly, he killed them in concentration camps, and ghettos, where in the ghettos, they got very sick, hungry,and starved to death. in the concentration camps, the soldiers there and guards there, worked, tortured and beat them to death.
concentration camps are where the natzis put Jewish people and killed them becoase of their relgon and ghettos are just neiborhoods that are geenerally poor and have gangs an dtend to involve shooting from high people
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The Ghettos were an attempt to separate the Jewish people so that transportation to concentration camps would be easier once those camps were available to process the killing of the Jewish people,
Ghettos were a small section of a city where Jews were herded into and kept until they were sent to concentration camps.
The ghettos was getting too overcrowded so another solution had to be found for what to do with the Jews.
I presume that you mean the ghettos, concentration camps, and death camps. Ghettos were closed off portions of towns and cities, most famously the Warsaw Ghetto, where Jews were forced to live. The ghettos were gradually liquidated, and the Jews sent to concentration and death camps as quickly as the Germans could manage.
they killed them or sent them to ghettos and concentration camps
The main ones were ghettos and concentration camps.
The combined effects of malnutrition and severe overcrowding meant that infectious diseases spread easily. Moreover, there was no medication in the camps and ghettos.
concentration camps or death camps Edit: Like the above said, they were sent to concentration camps. Although, if they were healthy the Jew was then send to work camps, but before this they lived in the ghettos. (or they had to go hide.)
Letters could be sent from ghettos (and some concentration camps, too) to the outside world, but they were subject to censorship.
It was very hard to with the concentration camps st up by the Germany the Jews lived in Ghettos
The concentration camps were being built all over Germany and many were already built but the raids on Jewish ghettos was common in rounding up Jews to be sent to concentration camps. There's no record of anyone being released from a death camp to return to a ghetto.