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A Day in the Life of a child in Ravensbruck Concentration Ca
Transcript of A Day in the Life of a child in Ravensbruck Concentration Ca
Born and then killed
Born and deprived
Fed only water
Maternal visitation was limited
Mothers were not strong enough to produce milk.
Children who came into Ravensbruck with their mothers, stayed in Ravensbruck.
All other children went to the Uckermark camp.
Children of the Uckermark were considered "re-educationable."
Women aged 16 - 21 were sent to the Uckermark where they were tested
A Day in the Life of a child in Ravensbruck Concentration Camp
The Gender Difference
Mothers often upped the age of their sons to have them sent to the men's camp.
The fear was the boys would develop sexual feelings toward the women in Ravensbruck.
Young girls stayed in their mother's barracks until the age of 12.