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  1. concentration camps throughout Germany. Without being officially charged, anyone suspected of disloyalty or disobedience would be sent there. Dachau, the first concentration camp, was opened in to hold such “enemies of the State.” Hitler reintroduced the military draft in , in violation of the World War I Versailles Treaty.
  2. Erich Frost (–), a musician and devout Jehovah’s Witness, was active in the religious resistance to Hitler’s authority. Caught smuggling pamphlets from Switzerland to Germany, he was imprisoned in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin where he composed this song in
  3. -concentration camp "forgotten camp", - , Jews are believed -Nov. 1st, camps divided into 3 parts-Part 1 Administration -Part 2 Barracks and storage for goods -Part 3 Extermination -march december started and ended gassing -3 gas chambers - added 6 gas chambers, extermination-Southeast Poland.
  4. Jun 10,  · Thousands of lost items found at the Auschwitz concentration camp were found in cardboard boxes, like this. (Paweł Sawicki, courtesy of the .
  5. Dec 31,  · Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Auschwitz death camp had a dual role as both a concentration and killing camp. The camp was located approximately 37 miles west of Krakow in the Eastern Upper Silesia that was annexed to Nazi Germany in September and was the most notorious of all Nazi death camps due to its central location. In total, there were three camps at Auschwitz with the first .
  6. Up to the dissolution of the camp in November altogether , Jews were killed here by carbon monoxide. Majdanek (district Lublin, general government): The concentration camp existing since September turned into an extermination camp when between April and November mass shootings took place to which 24, Jews fell.
  7. Auschwitz was not the first Nazi concentration camp--that dubious distinction belonged to Dachau, which was set up in but it was the most infamous. At Auschwitz, million people died. Of the victims, million were Jews and , were Gypsies, Polish Catholics, and Russian prisoners of war.
  8. 3 years ago The documentary "Nazi Concentration Camps" is a documentary which I found in the Public Domain Section of the Archive of the United States Government. It is an official documentary report compiled from films made by military photographers serving with .
  9. All Content Tagged 'concentration camps' Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, Map. Bergen-Belsen environs, Article. Bergen-Belsen In Depth: The Camp Complex Family and the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation for supporting the ongoing work to create content and resources for the Holocaust Encyclopedia. View the list of all donors.

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