auschwits was the worst death/concentration camp used during the holocaust
most of them died.
No, she died at Bergan-Belsen.
Anne's mother died of starvation in the concentration camp of Auschwits
Anne frank went to Auschwits in1945
No, Out-With is actually Auschwits - the concentration camp in Poland
On September 3 1944 she was trasnported from Westerbork Concerntration Campt to Auschwitz.She died in March of 1945 from typhus at Bergen-Belsen Concerntration Camp.
Their heads were shaved, and a "blue number was tatooed on their body to be used as an only mean of identification. In some camps they even had to wear the same clothing, such as the blue striped uniforms of Auschwits prisoners.
Auschwits was used by the Nazis as a death and work 'camp' for those that did not fit into their aryan race. Dr Mengele the famous auchwits doctor was based there and even preformed his experimentations there. Many Jews, Gypsys, Russians and many others died there at the fate of the Nazis.
she was sent to the conentration camp Bergen Belsen with her mother, margot (her sister) and MRs vann dann.She was killed there. and the rest were also killed. every body in the house except for mr. frank he survived. he was sent to auschwits with mr. van dann and peter. peter was taken away in a truck and was never seen again.some say that they saw mr. vann dann marched to gas chambers. and mr frank survived until the liberation by the alliance. then he went back to the annex and miep found the diary and gave it him. i think he is dead now but im not sure. AND THEY LIVED NOTHAPPILY EVER AFTER. THE END
Anne franks life was a tinch easier in auswhits then bergen belson because at least anne frank got a bed inside a cabin and anne got soup with potatoes but it wasant enough to keep her healthy the soup was really dirty water so then she got moved to bergen belson because she got scabes. her mother (edith frank) died already.anne had to live in a tent in bergen belson got no food except bread and water her friend (Hanneli gosslar) but she gave it most to her sister but she died but it is believed that Anne Frank died three weeks later
Although the Nazi's were famous for their use of gas chambers in the concentration camps, this was more of a method of execution rather than torture. In order to torture people (mostly for information) the Nazi's had various technical, some of their own invention, for torturing prisoners. They were very fond of 'dental work'; this could involve a variety of things such as teeth pulling, twisting and removing gold fillings without aesthetic (which were then melted down and used, along with other possessions, and made into so called 'Nazi Gold'). Nail pulling was also popular and burning with matches and cigarettes. Nazi doctors in the camps also experimented with electroshock therapy and new highly dangerous surgical techniques. Brutal beating was also common using a verity of instruments. There were many more techniques used in the camps (e.g scalping ect) but the ones listed above were the most common.
First off, Dwight D Eisenhower is a man not a thing. He was President of our country during WW 2. He went to Auschwits with a group of soldiers after the war was over to see the damages and how they were treated. Whomever posted the above paragraph has his facts way off. First: Dwight D. Eisenhower was NOT President of the United States of America during WWII; that was Franklin D. Roosevelt, and upon his death on April 12, 1945, Vice President Harry S Truman became President. Second: Dwight D. Eisenhower was Supreme Commander of Allied Forces (American, British, Canadian, Australia/New Zealand, South African, French (Free French until France's liberation in the Summer of 1944), and British Empire (Indian, Nigerian, Ghanaian, Kenyan, Tanzanian, Jamaican, Gurkha Nepalese, Guyanan, Belizan *British Honduran*) minus the Red Army (Soviet Union) during World War II. Third: Eisenhower never saw Auschwitz. Auschwitz was a Nazi concentration camp (Its sister camp, Birkenau *together called Auschwitz-Birkenau* was the death camp) in central Poland, and was liberated by the Red Army in January 1945. Eisenhower DID see a number of concentration camps in Germany, most notably Buchenwald, but Auschwitz was NOT on the list, as that was in Poland, deep in Red Army held territory.