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Buchenwald and Jewish Ghettos
Transcript of Buchenwald and Jewish Ghettos
Buchenwald was a Nazi concentration camp. It was one of the first and largest of the concentration camps on German soil.
It's constructed on the northern slopes of the Ettersberg.
-Contained over 5,000 inmates.
-One cause of death was illness due to poor harsh conditions.
-People were also executed by being shot or hung.
Staying warm was difficult during the bitter winters and many people slowly starved to death.
By Reggie Bernard
A ghetto is an isolated area of a city where Jews were forced to live.