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What were the camps that held Japanese Americans during World War 2 called?

Ones with lots of torture

How escaped from Hitler in concentration camps?

they called Hitler and asked if they could leave

How many camps were built during world war 2?

There were thousands of camps all over Germany a long time before they started building the true death camps. If you tap in concentration camps into any web search engine, it will show you a map of the camps. They were not all death camps, but were camps for Germans who were not Nazi's, and were used for, what they called 're-training'. IF you were released, and still able to think or even walk, you made sure you followed the rules and joined the 'Nazi Party' and kept your thoughts, to yourself in future.

What does blokova mean?

A prisoner in charge at the camps (concentration camps, death camps, forced labor camps) during the Holocaust. These people were typically non-Jewish (Jews were treated the worst in the camps).

What were the different types of camps in World War 2?

== == The following are the types of camps that were used in the Holocaust: * "Concentration camps" is the generic term for the prison camps maintained by the Third Reich. * "Labor camps" were those that were maintained for the purpose of exploiting slave labor. * "Extermination camps" were six camps located in Poland where the mass murder of Jews and others took place. Many of the concentration camps were complexes of several camps and some had dual functions. At the Auschwitz complex, for example, most of the genocide took place in a subcamp called Birkenau. There was also a labor camp named Monowitz that was part of the complex where an artificial rubber plant was built. Likewise, Treblinka, another extermination camp, was part of a complex of three camps, two of which were used for slave labor.

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Where is located the concentrations camps?


What would they do with the bodies at concentrations camps?

In concentrations camps run by the Nazi's bodies were incinerated or buried in huge mass graves.

Why was there only 77 concentrations camps in Denmark?

There were NOT 77 concentration camps in Denmark

Why did the Jews agree to go to the concentrations camps?

The Jews were taken to extermination camps by force. They did not 'agree' to go voluntarily.

Where were the Holocaust concentration camps at?

One of the most famous concentrations camp was at Auschwitz

What were concentrtion camps?

Concentration camps were the places that the Germans used in the Holocaust to exterminate the Jewish. They were rooms filled with gas showers.

How many concentration camps were there in 1938?

In 1933 their was mainly 1 known concentration camp and that is Dachau Concentration Camps.

Why did they called it concentration camps instead of death camps?

All camps were technically concentration camps, generally the extermination camps were called 'death camps'.

What was the name of one of the first and largest concentrations camps built near the town of weimar in 1937?


Which concentrations camps had survivors?

Every concentration camps did have to survivers because, either the people were transported their not long before the camp was liberated or some how people survived a long period of it

What were the 6 major concentrations camps found during the Holocaust?

They are: Auschwitz, Sobibor, Treblinka, Belzec, Bergen-Belson and Chelmno.

Solutions with low concentrations of solutes are concentrated?

Solutions with low concentrations of solutes are called diluted.