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Camp Chart

This is a chart explaining the main jewish camps in Europe.

Camp
Function
Location
Established
Evacuated
Liberated
Est. No. Murdered
Auschwitz Concentration/
Extermination
Oswiecim, Poland (near Krakow) May 26, 1940 January 18, 1945 January 27, 1945
by Soviets
1,100,000
Belzec Extermination Belzec, Poland March 17, 1942   Liquidated by Nazis
December 1942
600,000
Bergen-Belsen Detention;
Concentration (After 3/44)
near Hanover, Germany April 1943   April 15, 1945 by British 35,000
Buchenwald Concentration Buchenwald, Germany (near Weimar) July 16, 1937 April 6, 1945 April 11, 1945
Self-Liberated; April 11, 1945
by Americans
 
Chelmno Extermination Chelmno, Poland December 7, 1941;
June 23, 1944
  Closed March 1943 (but reopened);
Liquidated by Nazis
July 1944
320,000
Dachau Concentration Dachau, Germany (near Munich) March 22, 1933 April 26, 1945 April 29, 1945
by Americans
32,000
Dora/Mittelbau Sub-camp of Buchenwald;
Concentration (After 10/44)
near Nordhausen, Germany August 27, 1943 April 1, 1945 April 9, 1945 by Americans  
Drancy Assembly/
Detention
Drancy, France (suburb of Paris) August 1941   August 17, 1945
by Allied Forces
 
Flossenbürg Concentration Flossenbürg, Germany (near Nuremberg) May 3, 1938 April 20, 1945 April 23, 1945 by Americans  
Gross-Rosen Sub-camp of Sachsenhausen;
Concentration (After 5/41)
near Wroclaw, Poland August 1940 February 13, 1945 May 8, 1945 by Soviets 40,000
Janowska Concentration/
Extermination
L'viv, Ukraine September 1941   Liquidated by Nazis
November 1943
 
Kaiserwald/Riga Concentration (After 3/43) Meza-Park, Latvia (near Riga) 1942 July 1944    
Koldichevo Concentration Baranovichi, Belarus Summer 1942     22,000
Majdanek Concentration/
Extermination
Lublin, Poland February 16, 1943 July 1944 July 22, 1944
by Soviets
360,000
Mauthausen Concentration Mauthausen, Austria (near Linz) August 8, 1938   May 5, 1945
by Americans
120,000
Natzweiler/Struthof Concentration Natzweiler, France (near Strasbourg) May 1, 1941 September 1944   12,000
Neuengamme Sub-camp of Sachsenhausen;
Concentration (After 6/40)
Hamburg, Germany December 13, 1938 April 29, 1945 May 1945
by British
56,000
Plaszow Concentration (After 1/44) Krakow, Poland October 1942 Summer 1944 January 15, 1945 by Soviets 8,000
Ravensbrück Concentration near Berlin, Germany May 15, 1939 April 23, 1945 April 30, 1945
by Soviets
 
Sachsenhausen Concentration Berlin, Germany July 1936 March 1945 April 27, 1945
by Soviets
 
Sered Concentration Sered, Slovakia (near Bratislava) 1941/42   April 1, 1945
by Soviets
 
Sobibor Extermination Sobibor, Poland (near Lublin) March 1942 Revolt on October 14, 1943; Liquidated by Nazis October 1943 Summer 1944
by Soviets
250,000
Stutthof Concentration (After 1/42) near Danzig, Poland September 2, 1939 January 25, 1945 May 9, 1945
by Soviets
65,000
Theresienstadt Concentration Terezin, Czech Republic (near Prague) November 24, 1941 Handed over to Red Cross May 3, 1945 May 8, 1945
by Soviets
33,000
Treblinka Extermination Treblinka, Poland (near Warsaw) July 23, 1942   Liquidated by Nazis
April 1943
 
Vaivara Concentration/
Transit
Estonia September 1943   Closed June 28, 1944  
Westerbork Transit Westerbork, Netherlands October 1939   April 12, 1945 camp handed over to Kurt Schlesinger  

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