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Unformatted text preview: FINAL REVIEW WEEK 11: NOVEMBER 12 TH – 16 TH Under what conditions were the Jews deported to Death Camps? • German railroad had 1.4 million workers • Jews were put on trains and deported to camps o Extremely crowded o No food for days What is the difference between Death Camps, Labor Camps, and Concentration Camps? • Death Camps = majority of inmates didn’t survive more than 24 hours after arriving • Labor Camps = inmates are engaged in forced labor, aspect of slavery • Concentration Camps = mix of both o Starvation and disease o Forced labor o Murder What was the nature of the Theresienstadt ghetto? • WWI – camp for prisoners-of-war • WWII – Gestapo used it as a ghetto for Jews • Of the 150,000 Jews that arrived, about 33,000 died in the ghetto itself • About 88,000 were deported to Auschwitz • At the end of the war = 17,247 survivors Who were the different types of perpetrators, what roles did they play and how did they...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course HIST 328 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '07 term at Rhode Island.
- Fall '07
- The Holocaust