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Why were people sent to concentration camps?

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Before the Jewish people were sent into Concentration camps, they were sent to labor camps. After they did not want to use them in the labor camps any longer, then sent them to the Concentration Camps.


Most were sent to extermination (death) camps, but some were sent to concentration camps.


Around 11 million to 17 million people were sent to the concentration camps


Some people in Germany were sent to the concentration camps because they were considered as not the perfect race.


They were sent to ghettos prior to the Concentration Camps...



People were sent to concentration camps without trial and without any sentence. They were held indefinitely.


People who did not fit in with the Nazi idea of society.



It's estimated that about 14.5 Million People were sent to the concentration camps during the Holocaust. About 13 Million out of the lot were killed in the Camps.


No many other sorts of people were sent to concentration camps such as gay people, coloured people, the disabled and mentally ill, political activists and gypsies.


Their was no Jewish Concentration Camp but in total between 15-16 Million Jews were sent to Nazi Concentration Camps.


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.


Jews, black people,gipsies and jeaovahs witness


Political opponents and dissidents were sent to concentration camps. Also, homsexuals and 'anti-social elements'.


About 30,000 German Jews were sent to concentration camps in the aftermath of Kristallnacht.


around 8 million families were sent to concentration camps in the holocaust and in which few made it out alive. ____ The number of individuals sent to concentration and extermination camps was lower than this ...


Hitler was very racist and did not like Jews or people of darker skin. he made various concentration and extermination camps around Europe.


Most of the people sent to the concentration camps and death camps during the Holocaust were Jews. But other groups of individuals sent to the camps included homosexuals, gypsies, political opponents, those who hid and helped Jews, blacks, and resistance workers.


They were people against all Jewish people and sent them to concentration camps and Hitler was the leader for this


because the camps were set up to hold them.


Yes, and he sent millions to concentration camps and termination camps which were worse than prisons.


The Allies liberated many Nazi and Axis concentration camps in World War Two.The prisoners of war were sent to concentration camps.


It wasn't just Jews that was sent to the concentration and death camps.gypsiessome churchmenpeople against Hitlerand a lot more


According to numerouse sources and figures, Their's an estimate of 34,000 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps. According to most Historians, it widely agreed that 33,734 Jews were sent to Auschwitz from other Nazi Concentration Camps or Sub-Camps.



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