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Introduction page 1 Concentration Campspages 2-5 Death Camps page 6 Buchenwald pages 7-11Conclusion page 12-13 Endnotes pages 14-15 Bibliographyhorrifying crime against humanity of all times Hitler in anattempt to establish the pure Aryan race decided that allmentally ill gypsies non supporters of Nazism and Jewswere to be eliminated from the German population Heproceeded to reach his goal in a systematic scheme One ofhis main methods of doing away with these undesirableswas through the use of concentration camps In January1941 in a meeting with his top officials the final solutionwas decided The Jewish population was to be eliminatedIn this paper I will discuss concentration camps with adetailed description of the worst one prior to World War IIconcentration camps were set up in 1933 In the early daysof Hitlers regime concentration camps were places that heldpeople in protective custody Victims for protective custodyincluded those who were either physically or mentally illgypsies homosexuals Jehovah Witnesses Jews and anyoneagainst the Nazi regime Gypsies were classified as peoplewith at least two gypsy great grandparents By the end of1933 there were at least fifty concentration campsthroughout occupied Europe At first the camps werecontrolled by the Gestapo police but by 1934 the SSHitlers personal security force were ordered by Hitler tocontrol the camps Camps were set up for several differentpurposes Some for forced labor others for medicalexperiments and later on for deathextermination Transitioncamps were set up as holding places for death campsHenrick Himmler chief of the German police the Gestapothought that the camps would provide an economic base forthe soldiers This did not happen The work force waspoorly organized and working conditions were inhumaneTherefore productivity was minimal Camps were set upalong railroad lines so that the prisoners would beconveniently close to their destination As they were beingtransported the soldiers kept telling the Jews to have hope3 When the camps were finally opened most of thefamilies who were shipped out together ended up beingseparated Often the transports mirrored what went on inthe camps
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