Essay on The Effects Of Concentration Camps On The Camp

1130 Words Jun 1st, 2016 5 Pages
Concentration Camps “Concentration camps are camps which people are detained or confined, usually under harsh conditions and without regard to legal norms of arrest and imprisonment that are acceptable in a constitutional democracy.” In this essay it will be talking about how each “detention” or concentration camp was started. It will also be talking about the force of labor and how it affected the organization of the camps, and even extermination camps. Killing methods will also be mentioned because of the dramatic impact it had on the Jews. Elie Wiesel will be talked about as well because it will be a big help to understand his experience of being in the camp.
The most talked about concentration camps were the Nazi Concentration camps. These were put in shortly after Hitler was announced chancellor in January 1933. Hitler’s Nazi party was given control over the police. The SA also known as 'Storm Troopers, ' the SS commonly known as ‘Protection Squadrons,’ and even local civilian authorities put together a big amount of concentration camps which confined people who went against the Nazi policy. The authorities of Germany built camps all over Germany as a makeshift solution just to control the large amount of people that were arrested for trying to overthrow the government. The SS, 'Protection Squadrons ' built large camps in Oranien Burg, Esterwegen, Dachan and Uchten Burg. The role of these camps were made to also include "racially undesirable elements" of the…

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