Nazi concentration camps
SS men and barracks at Hinzert
Jewish women selected for work at Auschwitz II-Birkenau
View of Flossenbürg after liberation
Nazi concentration camps
Prisoners hauling earth for the construction of the "Russian camp" at Mauthausen

According to the Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, there were 23 main concentration camps (German: Stammlager), of which most had a system of satellite camps.[1] Including the satellite camps, the total number of Nazi concentration camps that existed at one point in time is at least 1,000, although these did not all exist at the same time.[2]

List of camps

Early camps

Main camps

See also

References

  1. ^ Volume 1, table of contents
  2. ^ Karin Orth in the same encyclopedia, p. 195, fn 49