Concentration camps :)
There were concentration camps in the Holocaust. The concentration camps were basically work/death camps.
Most were sent to extermination (death) camps, but some were sent to concentration camps.
There were about 1,500 concentration camps and they were not just for Jews.
The term death camps (in the Holocaust) refers mainly to extermination camps. Sometimes the very harshest concentration camps (Grade 3, such as Mauthausen) are also called death camps.
They were in both..
Concentration and Death Camps
6. The death camps were the ones with gas chambers (or gas vans). The six death camps in Poland were:Auschwitz-BirkenauBelzecChelmnoMajdanekSobiborTreblinkaThe link below should have your answer.
Adolf Hitler formed many concentration camps throughout Europe. Also called Death Camps. Hitler was accompanied by his fellow Nazis. He was dictator.
Concentration Camps. Oshowitz was The Death Camp... ____ "Oshowitz" is presumably a novel misspelling of Auschwitz.
the death camps during the Holocaust were actually called concentration camps, its purpose was to prison all the minorities that the Nazis were trying to get rid of, such as the Jews.
Concentration camps were death camps. The people that were scheduled to die were concentrated into areas for easier delivery to the death chambers.
Death camps were built to kill prisoners systematically
concentration camps were in effect hard labour camps. Inintallly they were meant as re-education camps. Death camps only exised to process people into ash.
Concentration Camps - more similar to giving "detention", but these camps focused on forced labor.Extermination Camp - also called "death camps". This is where they would all be gassed in the gas chambers.
No not all of them. Some were labor camps, others POW camps, and some death camps.
Concentration Camps Transit Camps Labour Camps Death Camps Extermination Camps.
Take them into big iron chambers for a shower, and instead gassed them to death
it was when they died
Two concentration camps were:DachauBergen-BelsenTwo extermination (death) camps were:Auschwitz-BirkenauSobibor
1933 Concentration camps started in 1933, the Death camps started in 1941.
Concentration Camps Extermination Camps Labour Camps Transit Camps Death Camps.
Concentration camps, Extermination camps and Death camps