Prisoner camps of Nazi Germany

Some of the worst concentration, extermination and labor camps by Nazi Germany during WWII. Death tolls are very approximate due to high uncertainty for obvious reasons.
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Deaths
Location
Answer
1,1 million
Poland
Auschwitz-Birkenau
800.000
Poland
Treblinka
600.000
Poland
Belzec
360.000
Poland
Majdanek
320.000
Poland
Chelmno
250.000
Poland
Sobibor
200.000
Austria
Mauthausen-Gusen
Deaths
Location
Answer
65.000
Poland
Stutthof
56.000
Germany
Buchenwald
56.000
Germany
Neuengamme
35.000
Germany
Bergen-Belsen
32.000
Germany
Dachau
32.000
Czechoslovakia
Theresienstadt
22.000
Germany
Sachsenhausen
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Level 50
Mar 27, 2015
Great quiz. Very well made.
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Level 43
Aug 27, 2016
Of course the only one anyone ever talks about is Auschwitz. It's sad that there are so many others.
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Level 55
Mar 20, 2017
I think you should add Ravensbruck.
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Level 56
Sep 6, 2021
thats a lot less than 6 million
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Level 59
Sep 6, 2021
The Nazis killed a lot of jews without death camps through shooting squads and special gas killing trucks
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Level 59
Sep 6, 2021
Firstly, I don't think the list is only Jews who were murdered, but others too. Secondly, millions were killed by bullets or in ghetto-liquidations and not in the camps.
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Level 64
Sep 6, 2021
It's not prisoner camps it is concentration camps..
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Level 58
Sep 6, 2021
Can "Terezín/Terezin" be accepted as Theresienstadt please? It's a czech name for the concentration camp
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Level 75
Sep 6, 2021
Lest we forget. Still raw and shocking and painful.
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Level 57
Sep 7, 2021
We will try to forget, but we will never forget.
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Level 65
Sep 10, 2021
Maly Trostenets (in modern day Belarus) had a death toll somewhere in six figures.

Gross-Rosen/ Rogoznica (now Poland) and Janowska (now Ukraine) had around 30-40,000 each.

One could go on. It's numbing and monstrous.