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Holocaust Concentration Camps
Transcript of Holocaust Concentration Camps
The 11 main concentration camps:
The four main killing centers:
Belsec, Chlmno, Sobibor, and Treblinka.
The two main Reception and Holding Centers:
Adolf Hitler was appointed head chancellor of Germany in January 1933. Political enemies of Hitler's Nazi party were sent to concentration camps. 'Prisoners' soon expanded from political enemies to anyone who could be considered 'different' from Hitler's stereotypical German.
Most people in the camps were murdered by gases like carbon monoxide. If they were not, the prisoners would endure hard physical labor or were experimented on. Some people became so undernourished that they became muselmanner.
Concentration Camps- labor
Extermination Camps- genocide
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The two main Extermination Camps: