OVERVIEW


The Holocaust consisted of many ways of killing Jews. Sometimes it was the SS or the Mobile Killing Squads, but the largest contribution to the tremendous number of killings are the concentration and/or death camps. These camps were used to exterminate or enslave the captured Jews. There were many ways the Nazis practiced to murder the Jews and here, many of those ways are explained and described.



Final Solution
Getting There
Life in the Camps
Extermination Logistics
Auschwitz (Poland)
Dachau (Germany)
Buchenwald (Germany)
Plaszow (Poland)
Treblinka (Poland)
Bergen-Belsen (Germany)