Where were the People who opposed the nazi regime sent to?
If they were caught, they were usually arrested and sent to concentration camps, where they usually died.
Hitler started the rise of Nazism to create a "New Germany". Jews were sent to consent ration camps as well as people who opposed the new regime. He established complete totalitarianism.
Mainly from late 1941 on, though a few were sent to camps earlier. (The Nazi regime did not develop mass gassing facilites till late in 1941).
From 1939 on the Nazi regime sent the Jews to ghettos, and then, starting in 1941 to killing fields and/or to extermination camps.
If you were a member of the Communist Party, Jewish, homosexual, Gypsy, or any active opponent of the Nazi regime you were targeted. The people were sent to camps where they were either worked to death, or actively murdered in gas chambers.
What was the most important reason why there was little opposition in Germany towards the Nazis regime?
# Fear of being sent to a concentration camp and/or killed. # The Gestapo had extensive networks of informers and it was extremely difficult to organize opposition. As a result, individuals who opposed the regime were isolated. # Of course, many Germans found it convenient not to oppose the regime.
he German Resistance is the term we use to describe the opposition of the individuals and the groups to the reign of Hitler. The most important opponents of Hitler were : Social democrats and the Communists. Catholic and Protestant Churches. The opposition of the students under the banner of the White Rose. Individuals and organised groups. Protestors within the Nazi machinery. They opposed in the army, the Foreign Office and the branches of the Nazi… Read More
The Gestapo was the political secret police. Its functions included spying on enemies of the Nazi regime (imaginary as well as real), finding dissidents and opponents. They were arrested, ill treated and often sent on to concentration camps. The Gestapo was a key part of the Nazi terror apparatus.
All ages of people were sent to Auschwitz. From infants to the elderly. Auschwitz was the killing machine of the Nazi Party.
People who did not fit in with the Nazi idea of society.
Nazi members would beat them in the streets. They got sent to concentration camps were they had to do forced labour and the children and the old got sent straight to the gas chamber.
Germany did not betray Hitler. The German people, by and large, followed Hitler loyally to the end of the war and his suicide. There may have been minor to moderate protests against the Nazi regime, however these were, by the nature of the Nazi party, quelled very quickly, and occasionally in very brutal manner, and the propaganda of the time sent a very clear message, "Do not oppose the German government." Interestingly enough, the German… Read More
Until November 1938 the concentration camps were primarily for: Communists Social Democrats Other dissidents Often people who had given personal offence to Nazi party bosses were sent there too.
Jews, Homosexuals, Handicaps and the mentaly disabled.
Disabled people were considered "undesirable" and they were sent to concentration camps to be eliminated.
They were killed in a horrible manner and even starved to death :-'(
People with a Polish background were often sent to both Nazi concentration camps and Soviet labor camps. Both Germany and the Soviet Union wanted control of Poland.
In Nazi occupied Poland people who hid Jews faced the death penalty, and in other countries under Nazi rule they risked being sent to a concentration camp. (The penalties were not always enforced).
The victims were mainly Jews. Also, gypsies were sent, homosexuals, some Soviet prisoners of war and Communists as Nazi Germany was a Fascist country
Gulags were labour camps in Soviet Russia. You could be sent there for many reasons, peasants were sent there because they opposed collectivisation, which was were the government took their farm and all their possessions.
Who was the Chief of the Gestapo and sent three million people to the concentration and death camps?
The boss of the Nazi terror apparatus was Himmler.
The Gestapo Arrested, Interrogated, Tortured & if not outright Murdered, they were sent to Death Camps by them.
Jehovah's Witnesses were sent to all of the major labour and concentration camps for their refusal to cooperate with the Nazi regime during the second world war; notably Auschwitz, Sachsenhausen, Dachau, Neuengamme, Mauthausen, Buchenald, and others. Many of them died or were executed at these sites.
The vast majority of Germans were either ambivalent towards Jews or against the mistreatment of the Jews. It was a strong vocal minority of people that were anti-semitic in Germany, but there has always been anti-semitism in Europe, especially in the East European countries, including Russia. Most Germans wanted to be left alone and did their best to get along with the totalitarian regime that was the Nazi state - where the Gestapo was omnipresent… Read More
They were first evacuted when The Nazi empire rose and bombed London in 1940-41. parents sent their children way when the Nazis bombed london thinking they would be safe. They were sent to america.
Yes but he/she cant without getting beatened and sent to an Concentration Camp.
The Holocaust is a term used to refer to the genocide that the Nazi regime in Germany began. The intention was to purge German society of those races and people that were considered sub-standard and a drain on society. The poor, Jewish, Gypsies, Homosexuals and other groups considered sub-standard to the Aryan race were sent to concentration camps to 'clean up' the rest of Germany and the occupied countries.
Ridiculed and beaten, and then ultimately sent away to a pro-Nazi family to be raised as 'Good Germans.'
People were sent to Auschwitz to be killed there - either by being worked to death on grossly insufficient food or by gassing. The victims were mainly Jews. Also, gypsies were sent, homosexuals, some Soviet prisoners of war and Communists as Nazi Germany was a Fascist country. They were all sent there to be killed. Other groups such a homosexuals, political opponents and those with disabilities were sent as well. ___ The various groups of… Read More
The Nazi ghettos were for Jews. In the case of the Lodz ghetto, some 'gypsies' were also sent there.
They were sent to concentration camps. :/
The Nazi euphemism for where they were being sent was "resettlement in the East".
Reports about concentration camps appeared in the American press from about March 1933 onwards. (However, at that stage the camps were for opponents - imaginary as well as real - of the Nazi regime, and it was very rare for people to be sent to concentration camps simply for being Jews. The Nazis did, however, have a particular preoccupation with Jews in the media, so Jewish journalists tended to be sent to camps from the… Read More
Their was no Jewish Concentration Camp but in total between 15-16 Million Jews were sent to Nazi Concentration Camps.
They were treated as normal people but under the nazi policies, if German breaked the law they be sent to concentrationcamp its like today, break the law and you get arrested
The first Nazi Concentration Camps opened in March 1933 (at Dachau and Oranienburg) - long before the start of the Holocaust. Initially, they were mainly for opponents (real and imaginary) of the regime On the whole, Jews were not sent to camps simply for being Jewish till 1938 after the Kristallnact. The first Nazi Extermination Camp to open was Chelmno, where the first routine mass gassings began on 8 December 1941. There had been some… Read More
Adolf Hitler was sent to spy on the precursor to the Nazi party, the German Workers' Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) by his superior officer, Captain Karl Mayr. simple answer is the army
The Battle of Stalingrad was fought between the Allied and Axis. For the Axis it was: -Nazi Germany -Romania -Italy -Hungary -Croatia Romania, Hungary and Croatia was occupied by Nazi Germany and people were sent to Stalingrad due to requests for some troops by Nazi Germany and Italy. Italy only sent 100,000 Soldiers during to fight along with the Germans during the Battle of Stalingrad. For the Allies, it was only the USSR due to… Read More
The clear message that Washington sent was to those who opposed government actions.
they were sent to camps
Created the Gulags, which were slave labor camps where he sent people who talked openly about their discontent with the government, as well as those who opposed communism. The Gulags killed over 12 million people.
I'm not sure what you are referring to but i assume it is the Hollocaust. Well Many of the Jewish peoples who were sent to labor camps (if they were sent to death camps they wouldn't have had time to loose weight) were already under nurished. They would have been confined in ghettos before they were sent off. They would have had very little to eat at the camps, they were always hungry. When some… Read More
Life in Nazi concentration camps were not easy at all. You can get killed, beat, shot anytime. If you were injured, you were not going to live. They would put your number they assigned you onto the list they had made up for people being sent to the gas chambers if you were in a bad condition.
They were sent in a misguided attempt to prop up the Czarist regime, which was allied with the US against Germany in WW I and was fighting a civil war with the Bolsheviks.
The first thing sent into space was the Nazi Germans V-2 rocket in the Second World War.
Although Hungary had an antisemtic regime under Admiral Horthy from 1920-1944 and placed restrictions on its Jewish population, they did not want to kill them. As Hungary was an ally of Nazi Germany, the Nazis were for a long time not able to deport Hungarian Jews for gassing or forced labour. However, from May 1944 onwards the situation changed, and Hungarian Jews were sent to Auschwitz and elsewhere. Admiral Horthy, when he discovered what was… Read More
not many, there were not soldiers in the ghetto, unless they were sent on a task. There were Nazi guards on the gates, so it will be about a gross or two.
Yes. In 1934 there was a purge of people who opposed their beliefs, but generally they were sent to concentration camps, some were released after re-education, but most remained imprisoned until the end of the war (those who survived). These were the people who made up the bulk of the 'Kapos' in the concentration camps (along with violent criminals).
The first large-scale deportations of Jews to camps of various kinds started in October 1941. At the time there were no camps with large facilities for gassings, so they were sent to places like Riga in Latvia where they were shot. It became a vast killing field for German Jews. Some were sent to Theriesenstadt, others to Maly Trostenets and some were dumped in ghettos that had been established in 1939-40 in Poland. Large scale… Read More
When trainloads of people were brought to the camps. They were evaluated for strength. IF they were not strong or of some use to the camp - they were sent into buildings for 'showers' At this time they would use gas to exterminate those that were 'not desirable'.