It took several of days for them to arrive. They was treated terrible like a lifeless soul. The people did not have no clue what was going on. They did not know why the Nazi’s was taking them, or where they were going. The journey was very harsh. A fifteen year old boy that survived had wrote, “Some 20 railway cars was waiting on us. . . There were 70 to 80 people in a car . . After a while there was muffled sound of closing latches...the whistle blew and train started moving slowly. It was April 7, 1943. Penned in and cramped, we departed from our homeland without being able to see it” (Jack). “The doors were shut, leaving us almost in darkness. The grills,too,were closed to prevent escaped. Air entered only through the cracks. So we travelled 24 hours, without food or water. We were hungry and thirsty. But the desire and hope to see our families made us forget everything else” …show more content…
They had the ghettos, POW camps, transit camps, police camps, forced labour camps, women camps, and work-and reformatory camps (Holocaust). If any prisoners decided to try and escape the concentration camp they would be killed. The camp was surrounded with barbed wire, guards and watch towers.
The Extermination camp was another one that played a huge role an the death camps. According to Project Aladin six extermination camps were established the genocide of Jews (Holocaust). The cruel camp represented its name. The camp was where Nazis mass murdered 3 million Jews.
Children was also included in the concentration camps. The Germans and a few others killed almost 1.5 million children (Holocaust). Teenagers through the ages 13-18 had a greater chance to live than younger children (Holocaust). They were going to use them for forced labour. That is a cruel to kill innocent kids. Some parents hid their kids just so they would not be murdered. Some children was also used as a lot of medical experiments.
The Holocaust was a tremendous part of history. Millions of Jews was killed, murdered and slaughtered. Children was also murdered. Children was used as medical experiments for physicians during that time. The Jews was worked to death doing forced labour. They would work 12 hours and barely getting