they did have toilets in the concentration camps. the only flushing toilets were at Auschwitz.
This is rather funny, but true. His name was John Crapper. Yet, he is only credited with improvements to it. The man given the most credit is John Harrington an Englishman. The toilet has a long history . The Romans had flushing indoor plumbing and toilets and there is historical evidence of them in 2500 BC.
There was no flushing toilets :-)
there is an obstruction in the plumbing...
the first flushing toilets were made in Elizabethan England
Thomas Crapper nope not true.If you read "The history of plumbing" you will see toilets were invented before Thomas was born by over 300 YEARSGood try in guessing
farts,screams, and toilets flushing
The Babylonian Empire predates plumbing.