Concentration Camps

With Germany vs the U.S.A. By: Kylie and Claire

Concentration Camps

This next presentation will be about the Concentration Camps without Europe. These camps were where the Jews from all over the continent were forced to partake in. These camps killed hundreds of thousands of Jews. However, some of the Jews did survive the camps. For an example, Anne Frank's father, Otto Frank, survived his concentration camp.

Internment Camps

Internment Camps were the American version of the European Concentration camps. The only difference, is that the Internment Camps held Japanese-American Citizens. These camps were all over the U.S. The Americans did this because, they didn't want the Japanese- Americans defending Japan. They wanted everyone to help the Americans win the war.