History of World War II: The Camps

History of World War II: The Camps These were the unspeakable and ghastly tools used to force a society made up only of Hitler's "master race." Within the thousands of camps he placed those he considered sub-human, including Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, criminals, communists, prisoners of war, Jehovah’s Witnesses, intellectuals and the mentally ill. None of these millions of captives were given any form of judicial process, and were used as slave-laborers before being massacred. Join WatchMojo.com as we learn about the Nazis’ use of concentration and extermination camps during World War II.

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