As the war wraps to a close, the Allied forces approach the Nazi territory from west and east. The Germans began moving prisoners away from the concentration camps to force them into labor within Germany. The start of these marches approached as they came off the train that carried them out of the camps. Within the cold of the weather, the captured had close to no food, water, and rest. The largest death march was the winter of 1944-1945, with prisoners killed before, during, and after the march. At the end of a ten-day death march, 700 were murdered, while the others that survived were then shot at sea. Auschwitz had the most people put onto a march.
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