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    ” Primo was an Italian born, holocaust survivor. Primo was sent to Auschwitz concentration camp for eleven months before being liberated by the red army on January 18th, 1945, he was one of the twenty out of six hundred and fifty italian jews to make it out alive . During the Holocaust millions of jews, gypsies, political prisoners, and other group were put in concentration camps. The term concentration camp is a camp where people are detained or confined under harsh conditions. Many cultures were

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    First Concentration Camp

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    The First Concentration Camps The first concentration camps were very important to the entire holocaust. The Nazis were able to imprison any people who were seen as non-Aryan in camps where they would be forced to work or they could even be killed upon arrival. Therefore, many people died in these camps because of their race or religion. There were very brutal living conditions in most camps and it made an enormous impact on the lives of all prisoners. The first concentration camps were complex and

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    The word concentration camp refers to camp where people are confined or detained. Always under harsh conditions. Without regard to legal norms of arrest or imprisonment. From 1933 to 1945 concentration camps were an integral feature of the regime. Only in Nazi Germany of course. The first concentration camp came after Hitler's appointment as chancellor. Basically, Hitler started the concentration camps. This happened back in January in 1933. The Storm Troopers, the SS, the police, and local civilians

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    Majdanek Imagine yourself going back to 1939 in World War 2 to Majdanek, a terrifying Nazi concentration camp in Judlin, Germany. Majdanek was different from most concentration camps, one by their location, two they had one of the lowest amount of deaths , three Majdanek was the first concentration camp to be discovered by allied forces. A German Concentration Camp, extermination camp built and operated by Schutz Staffel on the outskirts of Lublin. Majdanek was operated from October 1, 1971 until

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    First Concentration Camps What was the Holocaust concentration camps. The concentration camps were part of world war II. The first camp was Dachau and its purpose was to house political prisoners. The Holocaust is worse than World War I. The Holocaust concentration camps were one of the things that has happened in world history. The Nazi, Germany and its allies established concentration camps all throughout Germany. The concentration camps were there for a range of reasons. These camps were used

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    WWII Concentration Camps

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    notorious concentration camps; established as part of Hitler's Final Solution to exterminate all Jews, left one of the longest lasting impacts on world history. Soon after, the United States put an internment camps where Japanese-Americans were kept shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor due to stereotypes surrounding their race. Comparing the German concentration camps to the American internment camps shows a contrast in the harsh reality of the living conditions in these concentration camps and the

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    The concentration camp was a place where they took jewish people and had them killed or beaten up because they were jews. In April 1940, the first commandant was a man named Rudolph Hoss for Auschwitz. Auschwitz-Birkenau was a general term for the network of Nazi concentration and Labor camps. The camp was mostly described by people as “The Death Camp” because it was basically a camp for killing jewish people( Auschwitz 1). The concentration camp had established three main camps which were put

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    Conditions of Concentration Camps Nazis put people in concentrations camps because Hitler hated certain types of people. A concentration camp is a small place where a large number of people are held where they have to work and they are murdered. This led to a big conflict and a mass murder. They lived in bad conditions like wooden stable barracks that were very uncomfortable and very crowded small areas. The Jews had very bad sleeping conditions too. At the concentration camps there were many

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    construction of various camps throughout the regime. These camps were designated for extermination, foreign labor, POWs, and civilian camps for adults and children. “The Order of Terror: The Concentration Camp” gives us a better understanding of concentration camps such as Dachau. It also gives a detailed understanding of the absolute power that the Nazis wanted to maintain. These entities are also apparent in “Disciplinary and Punitive Regulations for the Internment Camp”, which lays out the strict

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    A concentration camp is where prisoners of war, enemy aliens, and political prisoners are detained and confined, typically under harsh conditions, or place or situation characterized by extremely harsh conditions. The first concentration camps were established in 1933 for confinement of opponents of the Nazi Party. The supposed opposition soon included all Jews, Gypsies, and certain other groups. By 1939 there were six camps: Dachau, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, Mauthausen, Flossenburg, and

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