Nazi german concentration and extermination camps 1933 - 1945

The largest Nazi German concentration and extermination camps (in terms of the greatest number of deaths) in 1933-1945. In some places, as part of hiding evidence (Action 1005 / Sonderkommando 1005), only monuments and museums remained, which were created on the grounds of former extermination camps.

* - the Treblinka I camp did not have the status of a concentration camp, it was a forced labor camp; estimated number of victims: 10,000.
* - SS-Truppenübungsplatz Heidelager camp - did not have the status of a concentration camp; it was a prisoner of war and forced labor camp; estimated number of victims: 15,000.


Nazi German death camps map


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Auschwitz
Treblinka II
Belzec
Sobobor
Kulmhof
Majdanek
Stutthof
Dachau
Grossrosen
Treblinka 1
Plaszow
Bergen-Belsen
Buchenwald
Flossenbürg
Kaunas
Kokdyczewo En
Maly Troscieniec
Mauthausen Gusen
Mittelbau Dora
Natzweiler Struthof En
Neuengamme
Pustków
Ravensbruck
Sachsenhausen
Theresienstadt