The Nazi concentration camp

nazi concentration camps

The Nazi concentration camp – barbed wire under tension, barracks and crematorium.

Nazi concentration camps

Nazi concentration camps (Konzentrationslager or KZ) – concentration camps existed before and during the Second World War on the territory controlled by Germany. Many concentration camp prisoners were killed, died from brutal abuse, disease, poor prison conditions, exhaustion, heavy physical labor and inhuman medical experiments.

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