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    During World War II, Nazi Concentration Camps were responsible for  millions of  deaths in a span of twelve years. Concentration Camps were places where people were kept as prisoners and forced to do heavy labor. Many people died from the heavy labor. When Adolf Hitler became the chancellor in 1933, the first concentration camps were built. The prisons served a big purpose during the Holocaust, they controlled many people (specifically Jews) and they killed them. The Holocaust was a mass murder of

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    that were targeted were taken to concentration camps. There were many different types of concentration camps. Also, they were organized by Nazi’s and other workers. To add, the conditions of these camps were dreadful. Indeed, Concentration camps will always be remembered for the awful things that were done to people during World War II. In the 1940’s many different types of concentration camps were set up. First of all, Forced labor camps were set up. In this camp “Prisoners were forced to

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    The Nazis Concentration camps and the Gulag camps demonstrated how humans could live through extreme situations. They each have survivors to tell of their terror, and they each have a massive death toll. Even though they differ in place and organization, they share some similarities. In Gulag Voices and Survival in Auschwitz, the authors write about what they witnessed and how they survived. The crucial way these memoirs differ is Survival in Auschwitz is written by one man’s experience; whereas

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    Expansion of Nazi Concentration Camps The Holocaust marked arguably the most horrendous time period in humanity. Six million people were brutally murdered by the Nazi regime, not to mention the millions of others whose lives were changed forevermore. Arguably the most archaic and barbaric ways the Nazi regime eradicated people they deemed “unfit”, to be apart of society was by placing them into concentration camps. These camps presented unbearable working conditions, starvation, and abuse. As the

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    Nazi Concentration Camps What could cause the death of over eleven million people in just over ten years? Who would devise something so horrific? Adolf Hitler once said, “Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live” (“Adolf Hitler Quotes 2). This mission of his was accomplished by creating the barbaric idea called concentration camps. In the 1930s and 1940s, the Nazi concentration camps not only affected the prisoners

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    their life right around the corner. The Conditions of the Women On the website listed that was found [ http://unitedwithisrael.org/jewish-womens-suffering-during-the-holocaust/ ]the website listed states” Jewish women were especially useful to the Nazis oppression since women were subjected to abusive persecution that was unique to their gender, during the selections for work, pregnant women or women with small children were frequently labeled to be incapable of working, that meant women were more

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    overview Bergen-Belsen was a nazi concentration camp. It was not a death camp but many people or prisoners died there during the camp. Located in the small towns of bergen and Belsen .It was originally a prisoner war camp but in 1943 parts of it started becoming a concentration camp. After the whole camp was given over to the SS it was built into three main components with were the: "POW (prisoners of war) camp" which went on from 1940-Jan 1945. The"residence camp" started around April 1943 to April

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    “When I came to power, I did not want the concentration camps to become old age pensioners home, but instruments of terror.” - Adolf Hitler. These concentration camps truly were instruments of terror. The Holocaust was the atrocious mass murder of six million Jews and five million non-Jews that occurred from 1933-1945 by the Nazi regime under the dictator Adolf Hitler. During the Holocaust, millions of Jews were denied their natural rights. Natural rights are the rights that every person is born

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    horse stables before finally taking them to the work camp. This is America, circa 1942. While the holocaust was occurring in Germany, the United States was also stripping its citizens of their rights and immorally imprisoning them. According to Julie Jardins from the Gilderman Lehrman Institute of American History, two months after the attack on Pearl

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    the inhumane acts that were inflicted upon a selected race through the form of concentration camps under the pretense of protection during World War II. During the Holocaust, the Jews would stay in concentration camps. Jews would be sent to concentration camps for punishment. “The Nazis created six extermination camps. The extermination camps had three gas vans, which led to only two Jews surviving those types of camps” (London Jewish Cultural 1) “Hitler wanted to create a new religion and to replace

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