First, these Concentration Camps were very brutal. Some examples of brutality are “when a person is captured they were beaten, tortured, starved, murdered by being worked to death, and by being put in gas chambers or large furnaces. A result of these actions 100 people died daily at the camps” (The Concentration Camps). The point of these “camps” was to kill and get rid of all Jews. These Jewish people were being taken to these places and they thought everything would be ok and they would go home soon. Most of them never made it home. The people that ran the camps had no mercy either. They didn’t care if the …show more content…
The reason they went to all this trouble to make these systems was just to keep everyone organized. They liked to be in control of everything they had. People in the camps were usually Jewish; but some were people they captured from the war and others were people that disagreed with them and their ways.
Along with concentration camps there were also a few death or extermination camps. These types of camps were used to “exterminate jews” (Extermination Camps). Few people in these camps came out alive. They were tortured and worked more than the regular concentration camps. Death camps were much worse than concentration camps because people were sent there not to just be held prisoner but to be killed.
In conclusion, concentration camps were clearly bad and no place anyone would want to be. These camps were cruel, well put together, and they differed from each other. All of this really happened during the holocaust. It is so awful to think that all these innocent people went through this horrible time. It is truly