At the Eichmann trial, concentration camp survivors supplied heartrending testimony.
After that, he was sent east to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Within a concentration camp, would someone make a joke about the number, the tattooed number?
It's Wednesday, April 14, 1943, a spring evening in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp north of Berlin.
In April 1947, the former kommandant was hung on the gallows next to the old crematorium in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
Next door to us across the line there is a concentration camp of Boche prisoners.
The only clue I had was that she had been removed to a concentration camp at Berlin.
The bloodboltered shambles in act five is a forecast of the concentration camp sung by Mr Swinburne.
An unfavorable one meant the concentration camp for everybody.
He was discharged from the hospital as cured, and interned in a concentration camp in Germany not far from the Dutch frontier.
1901, "compound for noncombatants in a war zone" (see concentration); a controversial idea from the second Boer War (1899-1902), and the term emerged with a bad odor. In reference to prisons for dissidents and minorities in Nazi Germany from 1934, in Soviet Russia from 1935.
A place for assembling and confining political prisoners and enemies of a nation. Concentration camps are particularly associated with the rule of the Nazis in Germany, who used them to confine millions of Jews as a group to be purged from the German nation. Communists, Gypsies, homosexuals, and other persons considered undesirable according to Nazi principles, or who opposed the government, were also placed in concentration camps and eventually executed in large groups. (See Holocaust.)