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Prisoner Camps During World of War Two:

Bell Prisoner Camps During World of War Two

Death Camps:

Death Camps W ere first built in Poland Symbolizes Hitler’s dream of “master race” Very different from Concentration Camps Six million murders took place here Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Treblinka, Chelmno, and Belzec are the names of the Death Camps

Labor Camps:

Labor Camps A camp not for immediate death but for slow death Woman had to shave their heads for forced labor You would face the most inhumane conditions at this camp Black Bread, margarine, and a small cup of soup was all you got in a day. There were about 15000 Labor Camps Sub labor camps were only for Jews

POW Camps:

POW Camps POW stands for prisoner of war Most know POW camp ware known as Stalags or Offlags There are twenty five POW camp Camps were enclosed by barbed wire Prisoners slept in one-story wooded barracks A burning stove was placed in the room

Camps for Rehabilitation and re-education of Poles:

Camps for Rehabilitation and re-education of Poles Prisoners were taught Nazi values The intelligentsia were held here Intelligentsia: brainy aces of Poland

Transit and Collection Camps:

Transit and Collection Camps Germany established about 20,000 of these camps Used for mass murder German Communists, Socialists, Social Democrats, and Gypsies were only some prisoners Jehovah’s Witnesses, and homosexuals were more prisoners 1941 first camp was built First 6 months 400 German Jews were transferred

Extermination Camps:

Extermination Camps 1941- first extermination camp was built First Extermination Camp was built in Poland Extermination was caused by gas chambers Extermination was also caused by being burned 1942 and onwards jews were sent to Extermination Camps 2,814,500 people died here



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