Concentration Camps?

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There is no definite figure for the number of concentration camps established by the Nazi government during WWII but estimates put them at 15000 camps and sub-camps. Concentration camps, also known as Konzentrationslager in German were established in most of the Nazi occupied nations during World War 2.
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