Backround of the Concentration Camps
Life in the Camps
The average day in a concentration camp consisted of, an early wakeup, making beds, the lineup, marching to labor, forced labor, waiting for the daily meal, the return to the camp, and another lineup, before retiring to the barracks. The daily lineup that took place every morning after prisoners woke up and each day after returning from work was one of the most horrific parts of the prisoners lives in the camps. They were forced to stand completely still for long periods of time exposed to the cold, rain, or snow and to the terror of violence by Nazi guards.
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