death camp

  1. a concentration camp where prisoners are likely to die or be killed
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How To Use death camp In A Sentence

  • He died as a prisoner of war in an enemy death camp.
  • General Dwight D. Eisenhower gave his personal approval to exploit the work and research of the Nazi's in the death camps.
  • In 1988 Mr Demjanjuk was sentenced to death by an Israeli court as "Ivan the Terrible", a sadistic guard at the Treblinka death camp.
  • These were the prototypes for the death camps, and refinement of systematic killing methods for large numbers of people was part of the deal.
  • In the early 1940s some 100,000 Jews and Romanis died of engineered starvation and disease in the Warsaw Ghetto, another quarter of a million were transported to the death camps, and when the Ghetto rose up it was liquidated, the last 50,000 residents being either shot on the spot or sent to be murdered more hygienically in Treblinka. Howard Jacobson speaks his mind
  • There is no doubt that the Allies knew about the death camps long before the Russians liberated Majdanek.
  • The dumping - grounds have become death camps in which not only cholera and typhoid, but other diseases - gastro - enteritis, poliomyelitis, tuberculosis, malaria, as well as diseases of starvation, such as kwashiorkor, marasmus and pellagra - flourish. Triumphs' Part 2 - Health, Welfare and the Family
  • In our time, a similar concern has arisen in the context of literary reflections on the Nazi death camps.
  • After escaping the death camp, she was recaptured.
  • He died as a prisoner of war in an enemy death camp.
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