Political Prisoners were putted in Dachau concentration camp. The first Nazi camp built.
They were killed by other nations.
the moving of prisoners from one concentration camp to another one
No, concentration camps were a part of the Holocaust.
The first Concentration Camp was the Holocaust
During the holocaust, Gleiwitz concentration camp in Gliwice, Poland, was operational between March of 1944 and January of 1945. During this time the camp held around 1,300 prisoners. It is thought that many, if not all, of these prisoners died.
During the Holocaust, Dachau was a Concentration Camp.
The first Concentration Camp built by the Nazis were Dachau Concentration Camp.
During the Holocaust, concentration camp prisoners received tattoos only at one location, theAuschwitz concentration camp complex, which consisted of Auschwitz I (Main Camp), Auschwitz II (Auschwitz-Birkenau), and Auschwitz III (Monowitz) and the subcamps. Incoming prisoners were assigned a camp serial number which was sewn to their prison uniforms and tattooed on the wrist. Only those prisoners selected for work were issued serial numbers; those prisoners sent directly to the gas chambers were not registered and received no tattoos.
All possessions were seized by the SS and used to finance the Holocaust (and the war).
POW from world war II...then it turned into a concentration camp, they killed lots of jews and russian prisoners there.
About 115,000 Children were killed at Auschwitz during the Holocaust.
Around 950,000 Jews were killed at Auschwitz Concentration Camp during the Holocaust.
The Nazis were involved in the concentration camp Buchenwald because it was a camp for political prisoners.
Dachau concentration camp. It opened in May 1939
a concentration camp is guarded compound for the confinement of political prisoners,minorities.
About 115,000 Children were killed at Auschwitz Concentration Camp during the Holocaust.
Auschwitz is a concentration camp which is located in south west of poland. It was the Bloodiest concentration camp during the holocaust because it killed 1.2 million jews. 1.2 million out of the 6.8million total kills
No, there was no such thing as a "good" concentration camp!
Because Auschwitz was the toughest concentration camp in the world at that moment.
Camps for political prisoners have been called a detention center, a concentration camp, prisoner of war camp, labor camp, or gulag.
Many prisoners tried to escape from the concentration camps, but most of them were killed off under the command of the Nazis. So usually, they had to survive there until the Allied forces took over the concentration camp locations and freed their comrades.