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Concentration camp: A camp where civilians, enemy aliens, political prisoners, and sometimes unwanted ethnic groups are detained and confined under extremely harsh conditions (including the murder of the detainees as during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany).
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- Nazi concentration camps : The system of concentration and extermination camps of Nazi Germany, with a mixed chain of command but principally under the WVHA economic administration, under Oswald Pohl, of the SS; as part of The Holocaust, they killed millions of Jews, but also Soviet prisoners of war and others seen as undersirable by the Nazis; they complemented killing activities in the field, such as Einsatzgruppen