they used existing camps at the start
it really depends on what you mean by inmates and how wide your definition of theis.
The first concentration camp was Dachau, built in 1933. Its inmates were political prisoners.
The first Concentration Camp built by the Nazis were Dachau Concentration Camp.
The Burma Railway was built by the inmates taken from the Changi prison camp .
Political Prisoners were putted in Dachau concentration camp. The first Nazi camp built.
The first concentration camp was established between 1933-1935. The first inmates were ??
The first extermination camp to become operational was Chelmno (on 8 December 1941). It was in some respects experimental. (The first Holocaust where concentration capms were built was in South Africa in 1898 - 1904, the Brittish built camps were over 20% of the Boer nation died, mostly women and children)
Most of the camp was built by inmates. The crematoria were supplied by J. A. Topf und Soehne, of Erfurt.
The first Concentration Camp was the Holocaust
· kapo - a concentration camp inmate appointed by SS to be in charge of other inmates.
No, Stutthof was the first concentration camp built outside Germany. (The first camp was Dachau).
The first permanent camp was Dachau.
The worst concentration camp was Auschwitz, it was the largest death camp and was built specifically for the killing of Jews.
Brutally. Inmates were used as slave labor, and those who could not keep up with the unreasonable expectations of the Nazi camp commandants were either killed or left to starve. Many inmates were also used as the subjects of medical experiments, usually against their will.
It was auscwhitz in poland
The inmates were not nuded, they worn stripped pajamas.
Maria Marchetta has written: 'Erinnerung und Demokratie' -- subject(s): Holocaust memorials, Memorials, Political aspects, Political aspects of Holocaust memorials, Women concentration camp inmates
The first inmates of Nazi concentration camps were Communists, Social Democrats and various political dissidents. (The first inmates of the first concentration camp was women and children of the Boer nation in South Africa - 1898) (There were also Spanish concentration camps in Cuba in the mid 1895s).
A work camp during the holocaust was the code name for a Jewish resistanse camp.
No. In 1933 when a number of SS men were charged with murder for killing the inmates of concentration camps, Himmler intervened. He not only had all the charges dropped but established the principle that SS men were immune from prosecution for killings of concentration camp inmates.
As far as diseases that thrived because of the conditions of the Holocaust, the most common one was probably typhus, a flea-born disease that killed countless thousands of concentration camp inmates and refugees immediately after the war.
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the first permanent Nazi concentration camp was built near Munich.
The first concentration camp was built by the Brittish Empire in South Africa to detain women and children of the Boer nation during the Boer War (1898-1904). The first Nazi concentration camp was Dachau, built July 1933.
Inmates of the Auschwitz concentration camp were fed almost nothing, and suffered from extreme starvation. When the camp was liberated in 1945, the skeletal appearance if the surviving inmates was profoundly horrifying.
The Soviet Red Army was the first to discover and liberate inmates of Majdanek, on the outskirts of Lublin, Poland. It had been a concentration camp as well as an extermination camp.