Dachau Concentration Camp
Early in 1937, the S.S we using the Dachau prisoners as slaves and forced them to construct the large complex buildings on the ground of the original Dachau camp, but before they could build anything they had to tear down the old facility. they then completed the task they were given by the middle of August in 1938, the camp then stayed the same until 1945. Dachau was ran until the Third Reich.
Dachau's percentage of Jews grew bigger as they began to persecute during November 10th-11th. After Kristallnacht happened, over 10,000 Jewish men were interned there mainly because the men there had arrangement's to emigrate from Germany.
The first leader of Dachau was Hilmar Wäckerle. He had been charged with murder in the death of a prisoner. Hitler overturned his conviction quickly and later Himmler wanted new leadership for the camp.
The second leader was Theodor Eicke who was very quick to set the daily rules and regulations for Dachau that would soon become the regulations and rules of the other camps. Prisoners had to follow these rules because if they didn't they would have very serious consequences such as having death penalties. Anyone who tried to escape the camp was immediately killed.