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Nazi Camp System
<Tab/>The Nazi camp system, called a concentration camp, was a system to exterminate many political opponents of the Nazi state. In the early years of the Third Reich, the Nazis targeted mostly Communists and Socialists. In about 1935, the regime also looked down heavily on the Jews. They were hated by the Nazis, and the Jews became a primary target. During World War II, the organization and scale of the Nazi camp system expanded rapidly and the purpose of the camps evolved beyond imprisonment toward forced labor and outright murder. The Germans deported Jews from all o…
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