The Prisoners Of The Holocaust
The prisoner's of the Holocaust In a concentration camp.
2,300 German and Austrian Roma ( Gypsies ) were inmates of Auschwitz, and about 20,000 of these were killed there.
On the night of August 2, 1944, a large group of Roma was gassed in the destruction of the Gypsy family camp. Nearly 3,000 Roma were murdered including most of the women and children. Political Prisoners, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals were sent to concentration camps as punishment. Anne Frank and her sister and mother were killed in concentration camps. Otto Frank was the only frank to make it alive during the Holocaust. The rest of the family captured died. On August 2-3 1944 The Gypsy Camp At Auschwitz Closed.
Twenty-three thousand Roma were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau and placed in Separate Conditions.
These Are Some of the Survivors of the Holocaust
Val Ginsburg- Val survived Kanuas ghetto and Dachau labour camp. He and his wife ibi moved to England for a new life.
Eugene Black- Eugene was transported to Auschwitz in 1944. He survived several Nazi slave labour camps.
Iby Knill- Iby worked for the Resistance in Hungary. She was sent to Auschwitz as a political prisoner.
January 25,1940 The SS Decides to construct a concentration camp near Oswiecim
May 20,1940 The First concentration camp prisoners-30 recidivist criminals from Sachsenhausen.
January 27, 1945 Soviet Troops Enter Auschwitz camp complex liberate approximately 7,000 prisoners.