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    Concentration Camps Did you realize that over 1 million people died at the Auschwitz camp!Auschwitz was the biggest concentration camp.It was the only camp left after the end of World War ll. Concentration camps were designed to remove Jews from Europe. They were a difficult and harsh place to live. The concentration camps were created in 1933-1945 by Hitler and the Nazis. Auschwitz was the largest concentration camp. Hitler and the Nazis made Jews and people they did not like build the camps

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    Auschwitz concentration camp Auschwitz concentration camp was a network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was the largest of the Nazi concentration camps‚ consisting of AuschwitzAuschwitz II‚ Auschwitz III‚ and 45 satellite camps. Auschwitz I was the original camp‚ serving as the administrative center for the whole complex. The site for the camp had earlier served as Austrian army and

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    The main concentration camp was Auschwitz. Auschwitz was the largest camp that was created by the Nazi. It was broken down into three main camps. The first camp was built in April 1940. It was known as Auschwitz 1. The second camp was built in October 1941. It was known as Birkenau. The third Camp was built in October 1942. It was known as Buna. The number of Victims in the Auschwitz Complex alone were absurd. The SS and police killed about 1.1 million people of all different backgrounds out of the

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    and torture!! Although there were many concentration campsAuschwitz was the deadliest and the most inhumane of all. During World War II over 1.6 million people were murdered at Auschwitz in torturous and disturbing ways‚ that changed many families forever. On the day of March 27‚ 1942 the first train full of French Jewish men‚ women and children were taken completely by force to Auschwitz concentration camp from Drancy‚ France. The word concentration means to compact into one area and that’s

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    Auschwitz: Overview of the Concentration Camp The Holocaust was one of the most horrifying crimes against humanity. "Hitler‚ in an attempt to establish the pure Aryan race‚ decided that Jews‚ Poles‚ Soviet prisoners of war‚ Roma (Gypsies)‚ and homosexuals amongst others were to be eliminated from the German population. One of his main methods of exterminating these "undesirables" was through the use of concentration and death camps. In January of 1941‚ Adolf Hitler and his top officials decided

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    Period English I Auschwitz: The Death Camp Thesis: Built by the Nazis as both a concentration and a death campAuschwitz was the largest of the Nazi camps‚ the most diverse and intricate camp of all‚ and the main center for the death of Jews during the Holocaust. Outline I. Largest of Nazi Death Camps A. Consisted of three camps B. Thirty-seven sub camps C. Seven gas chambers and crematories II. Most diverse and intricate camp A. Decorations made the camp look “fun” B. Many decorations

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    Auschwitz Concentration Camp Imagine that you were a 14 year old Jewish girl riding with your family and hundreds of other Jews and Gypsies packed into one tiny railroad car. You stop at an unfamiliar place were a man is screaming at you to get out. You have to watch your step getting out of the railcar because there are already dead people on the floor who passed on the trip here. Once you are out you are separated from your family‚ woman on one side men on the other. Kids are franticly

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    of what people themselves feared most‚ concentration camps. To be more specific in this case‚ the Auschwitz camps. In its time‚ it was the most effective camp of the Nazi regime. In this place‚ it consisted of three camps‚ each with their very own deadly purposes. The reasons this camp over all was the most effective was‚ history of its building‚ the day of a prisoner in the camps as well as ways inmates were killed off‚ and the main man in charge of the camp. Production of the center started in

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    Auschwitz was a concentration camp established in 1940 by the Nazis. The Nazis sent the Jews and other "undesirable" people here to be used as slaves or to be killed. It was located in Oswiecim‚ Poland. There was no privacy when the captives had to go to the washroom. Buckets and toilets were lined up in rows‚ and the toilets were often broken and flooded with urine and feces. Although the prisoners were exhausted due to hard work‚ sleeping was difficult because the bunks were made out of wood. The

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    Auschwitz‚ or Birkenau‚ was the largest mass murder site in human history (USHMC 1). Auschwitz was miserable from start to finish. About 1.1 million prisoners were killed‚ only 90% were Jews (USHMC 2). This is what went on in Auschwitz from when the prisoners entered to when the prisoners left. Auschwitz Concentration Camp was opened in 1940 (ABEC 15). This camp was located in Poland (USHMC 26). As you entered this camp a sign that stated “Work Will Set You Free” was up to deceive the prisoners

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