Jews were taken into concetration camps.
They would no doubt be at the concentration camps.
Most were locked in rail cars and taken to the camps.
They were forcibly taken
There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.
over 60 million jews were in concentration camps
They were taken from their homes and transported in cattle cars (where they had to stand) to the concentration camps.
In the concentration camps, Jews and everyone else marched around the camps.
They werent taken anywhere because after they were liberated they were so confused on what to do after being in the camps forever.
Before the Jews were in the concentration camp, the Nazis built a wall around their neighborhood called a ghetto. After this, the Nazis deported Jews to the camps.
The Nazi concentration camps were the places there the Jews (and others) were taken, to be gassed then burnt in ovens. Hitler exterminated over 4 million people in these camps.
Jews in concentration camps wore striped clothing and a yellow triangle.
It was not a question of time, most had to report to a collection point to be sent to the camps, there was no lack of opportunity to escape. The problem was that there was no where to escape to.
Jews survived the holocaust by being lucky to be in the camps at the end just before they camps were liberated or the had a iron will and fought to the end
They were in both..
The inmates of concentration camps had no rights at all.
Jews were putted into Concentration Camps since 1933, when he come to power.
The first time Jews were placed in Concentration camps was in 1934.
The Jews who were sent to concentration camps, had their own clothes taken from them so, they were usually given old rags or old dirty clothes that were taken from Jews before them when they died. The soldiers wore the same uniforms they they would wear in combat.
they were inmates.