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“Concentration Camps” (Suffer Camps):

“Concentration Camps” (Suffer Camps) By: Virginia

What were Concentration Camps?:

What were Concentration Camps? 20,000 German Nazi camps to imprison millions Built from 1933-1945 Made for multiple purposes: Forced- Labor Transit Temporary Way Stations (holding pens) Extermination (murder) Called “Concentration Camps” because of all of the people

Who were they for?:

Most of the people in the Concentration Camps were: German Communists Socialists Social Democrats Gypsies Jehova’s Witnesses Homosexuals People of Deviant Behavior (go against the flow) Jews POWs Who were they for?

List of Camps From: :

List of Camps From: Labor/ Extermination *Auschwitz (Poland) Breitenau (Germany) Buchenwald (Germany) Chelmno (Poland) Jasenovac (Croatia) Holding Pens/ Transit Soldau (Poland) Theresienstadt (Czech Republic) Risiera di San Sabba (Italy) Herzogenbusch (Netherlands)

Auschwitz in Poland:

Auschwitz in Poland Known as “…largest of its kind established by the Nazi Regime.” Three Main camps: Auschwitz 1 Auschwitz 2 ( Birkenau ) Auschwitz 3 ( Monowitz ) They held people for forced labor One was killing center for period of time 1.1 million Jews came to Auschwitz

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Auschwitz 1 (Main Camp) Mostly Held: Transferred German Prisoners Polish Political Leaders Three Main Purposes: Hold people prisoner for unlimited amounts of time Have Forced Labor workers if needed Eliminate targeted groups of people “Black Wall” execution by soldiers Auschwitz 2 ( Birkenau ) Mostly Held: Gypsies (men, women, and children) Jewish families 1942-44~ Trains came from almost every European country. Contained Section for Killing center

Auschwitz 3 (Monowitz/ Buna):

Auschwitz 3 ( Monowitz / Buna) Main Purpose: House Prisoners working at Rubber company “Auschwitz III also had a so-called Labor Education Camp for non-Jewish prisoners who were perceived to have violated German-imposed labor discipline.”


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