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  • ...on Camp|Auschwitz-Birkenau]], a major subcamp of [[Auschwitz Concentration Camp]]. The camps, all in Poland, were:
    2 KB (337 words) - 09:19, 19 January 2011
  • ''Totenlager'' A subset of six Nazi [[concentration camp]]s in [[The Holocaust]], designed principally for killing ideological and r
    220 B (29 words) - 08:58, 19 January 2011
  • {{r|Concentration camp}} {{r|Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp}}
    525 B (69 words) - 06:00, 28 December 2010

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  • ...argest, both as an [[extermination camp|killing facility]] and slave labor camp. Estimates vary, but conservatively, 2 million people died there. "Auschwit | url = http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/othercamps/auschwitzht.html
    6 KB (854 words) - 12:03, 29 December 2010
  • ...case accused eighteen members of the [[WVHA]] with operating concentration camps or economic enterprises of the SS, using slave labor.
    325 B (47 words) - 00:01, 25 November 2010
  • ...mme" were invariably identical to those that obtained in the extermination camps. The underlying objective was the same - the eradication of unwanted segme ...institutions, where the squalid conditions provided further ammunition for campaigns in favour of “euthanasia.”
    43 KB (6,821 words) - 17:44, 26 October 2013
  • ...ram (Nazi)]]. Over time, there were 15-20 large camps, but, when their subcamps and work detachments were counted, approximately 15,000 facilities were in ...The transfer camps, [[Bergen-Belsen]] and [[Theresienstadt Concentration Camp]]s, were used to hold possible prisoners to be ransomed.
    2 KB (319 words) - 01:05, 29 December 2010
  • {{r|Extermination camp}} {{r|Auschwitz Concentration Camp}}
    210 B (28 words) - 01:06, 11 November 2010
  • ...]], overall manager of the Nazi [[concentration camp]] and [[extermination camp]] program; shifted to field operations of genocide and was killed by gueril
    299 B (39 words) - 22:26, 6 November 2010
  • {{r|Concentration camp}} {{r|Extermination camp}}
    311 B (45 words) - 15:04, 7 November 2010
  • An [[extermination camp|subcamp]] of [[Auschwitz Concentration Camp]], also called Auschwitz II; principally for killing with [[Zyklon B]] but
    216 B (27 words) - 02:50, 20 January 2011
  • {{r|Concentration camp}} {{r|Extermination camp}}
    795 B (118 words) - 22:27, 6 November 2010
  • ...on Camp|Auschwitz-Birkenau]], a major subcamp of [[Auschwitz Concentration Camp]]. The camps, all in Poland, were:
    2 KB (337 words) - 09:19, 19 January 2011
  • The system of [[concentration camp|concentration]] and [[extermination camp]]s of Nazi Germany, with a mixed chain of command but principally under the
    496 B (73 words) - 17:15, 24 November 2010
  • | author = Saul Friedlander | title = The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945 ...met with Hitler and discussed the answer to "the Jewish question" was to "exterminate them as partisans." Bauer reminds us that Hitler tended not to make for
    29 KB (4,282 words) - 18:50, 18 February 2017
  • {{r|Nazi concentration camps}} {{r|Extermination camp||**}}
    668 B (80 words) - 21:40, 21 November 2010
  • ...ming [[informed consent|involuntary medical experiments]] on concentration camp inmates and other living human subjects. ...out [[informed consent|involuntary medical experiments]] on concentration camp prisoners.
    5 KB (704 words) - 06:32, 21 December 2010
  • ...thanasia experiments]], as well as direct medical killing in concentration camp hospitals, distinct from the gas chambers. ...in Poland. These were also the areas where German wounded from the Polish campaign were expected to be accommodated, creating a demand for hospital space.
    36 KB (5,673 words) - 01:26, 26 October 2013
  • {{r|Inspector of Concentration Camps||**}} {{r|Concentration camp}}
    2 KB (273 words) - 02:10, 23 December 2010
  • ...HA's most infamous role was actually operating the system of concentration camps, which were seen as a source of income to the Reich, both from slave labor ...for buildings, grounds, and construction, including those in concentration camps; it made much use of slave labor.
    3 KB (472 words) - 00:59, 29 December 2010
  • ...opposed to other [[extermination camp]]s such as [[Treblinka Concentration Camp|Treblinka]], it did have substantial barracks facilities and housed slave l There is a museum foundation, and the camp is on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
    3 KB (431 words) - 11:10, 20 January 2011
  • ...s murder in [[The Holocaust]] prior to the construction of [[extermination camp]]s
    308 B (42 words) - 18:58, 29 November 2010
  • ...Ken McVay quoted in "Holocaust revisionism goes up in flame wars" by K.K. Campbell, '''retrieved January 2007''']</ref></blockquote> #he says Hitler ordered the extermination of only Russian Jews, and that his subordinates extended this behind h
    22 KB (3,572 words) - 10:04, 11 December 2018

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