20 Mart 2017 Pazartesi

Nazi Germany Concentration Camp Video

The last days of prisoners in Nazi Germany concentration camps.

Nazi concentration camps (German Konzentrationslager, briefly KZ) were established by Nazi Germany to engage in forced labor in Germany and occupied territories during World War II. At the same time, the term is also used to denote the destruction camps (German: Vernichtungslager), which were established to mass destruction of the political or ideological enemies of the Nazis, especially the Jews. With the introduction of more Jews, Roma, some Slavic races, and those thought to be mentally ill are among the victims. The gay people were killed here. The reasons for the killing were not to be a contribution to the uremia. A large part was in Poland. -