the gas chamber

concentration camps

Gas chambers were used in the 1930s and 1940s by the Third Reich initially as part of the "public euthanasia program
This malevolent room is where the prototype for mass murder was tested. Formerly a room where the condemned to death by Gestapo courts were shot, it was transformed into a gas chamber in September 1941
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. It could hold 700 to 800 people at a time. The bodies were burned in an adjoining room. millions of people died.

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During the Holocaust, large-scale gas chambers designed for mass killing were used by Nazi Germany as part of their genocide program
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The Nazis did work and starve a lot of them to death, they used the gas chambers for those that they didn't need for that work. for children and people who could work.
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id tattoo from the holocaust

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the jewish people lined up up out side the gas chambers .The idea of mass extermination with the use of stationary facilities built exclusively for that purpose was a result of earlier Nazi experimentation with the chemically manufactured poison gas during the secretive Action T4 euthanasia programme against mental patients.
Holocaust Project: Crematorium and Gas Chambers