Concentration Camps


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Concentration Camps

where millions of Jews were starved, experimented on, and exterminated by Nazis (1939–1945). [Eur. Hist.: Misc.]
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The wording 'Polish death camp' is inaccurate also on account of the formal decision by The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO of June 27, 2007, which changed the name of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp heritage site to: "the Auschwitz-Birkenau German Nazi concentration and extermination camp 1940-1945".
There were thousands of Nazi concentration camps and sub-camps during the Holocaust.
According to The BBC, he was referring to a previous gaffe in which he told a German MEP that he could play a Nazi concentration camp guard in a film.
Many were killed in Auschwitz and Gross-Rosen concentration camps.
Laszlo Csatary is accused of playing a key role in sending Jews from Kosice, now in Slovakia, to their deaths at the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.
AUSCHWITZ concentration camp was operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during the Second World War.
THE oldest known survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp - a teacher who gave lessons in defiance of his native Poland's Nazi occupiers - has died at the age of 108.
Those gathered at the Town Hall lit candles in remembrance and listened to a talk from Magda Bloom who lost her entire family in Nazi concentration camps.
An estimated 50 000 Bulgarian Jews escaped the faith of being taken to concentration camps because of a campaign for their rescue that started in the southwestern Bulgarian town Kyustendil, with support or acquiescence of Tsar Boris III and other Bulgarian politicians such as Kyustendil's MP Dimitar Peshev.
It is distasteful and insensitive on the writer's part to say her working environment reminded her of concentration camps.
Topics being investigated now include the development of the concentration camps 1933-45, camp personnel, the inmates' struggle for survival, gender, the public face of the camps, work and extermination, the Holocaust, the death marches and final phase of Nazi genocide, and the afterlife of the camps.
There were more concentration camps built in occupied Poland where atrocities of a great magnitude were committed.

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