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What are the differences between government camps and hoovervilles?
A Prisoner of War camp was a place that captured soldiers from the other side were kept. A concentration camp was where civilians that were considered dangerous or undesirable… were kept to isolate them from the rest of the population. POW camps were inspected by the Red Cross and the rules were set by the Geneva Convention. Concentration camps had no rules on the treatment of the people there and millions were killed in them.
Governance means control, as the leader of a business or CEO, directing its daily operations. In a democracy the government does not directly control the population, as it …does in the Stalinist North Korea, unfortunately for the common people.
There is no difference. Government and government are the same thing.
the hoovervilles are named after hoover. they were used all over the nation. okievilles were for Oklahomans.
In the summer of 1932, about 20,000 veterans demonstrated in Washington, DC, to convince Congress to vote to provide their World War I bonus immediately, instead of waiting un…til 1945 when the bonus was going to be issued. Congress refused to act and adjourned in July without passing the bonus. Most of the vets went back home. Those who remained set up "Hoovervilles" on the outskirts of the city, policed themselves, cooperated with authorities, and were mostly peaceful in their demonstrations. Hoover believed that the "Bonus Boys" were led by communists and anarchist agitators. (Actually, the most influencial group behind the Bonus Army was the American Legion.) Hoover called upon Douglas MacArthur to disperse the Bonus camps. The use of troops, tanks, and the death of one infant was more than Americans could stand and Hoover's popularity became worse than ever. The Hoovervilles were torn down and never replaced.
They named the illegal camp hooverville because they blamed it on president hoover for not believing to help others who had no money
Death Camps (or extermination camps) were used for the immediate extermination of Jews and other groups while Concentration camps were used for the Jews and other groups to ma…ke products for the Nazi war machine. In labour camps people were made to do work; often being mistreated and forced to do hard labour until they died. In death camps they were just killed when they arrived. Concentration camp inmates were sent to work for a nearby industry. Labor camp inmates may have been treated a very little better than concentration camp inmates because they were useful. Labor camps were brutal in spite of the fact that the inmates were useful and large numbers died, but they were not designed to kill. Death camps, on the other hand, were designed purely for killing. This was their sole purpose and was where you'd find the large gas chambers, etc. ___ There were at least three different types of camps: 1. Extermination camps (often referred to as death camps). These camps were designed only to kill. The aim was to kill nearly all new arrivals within 24 hours. A very small number of new arrivals were selected to help with the killing process, for example by dragging dead bodies to the crematoria. These camps were run by the SS. 2. Concentration camps . These were very harsh punishment camps. The inmates had to work for the SS or were hired out as slave labour to German industry. These camps had a very high death rate and were also run by the SS. 3. Labor camps . These were for foreign workers, such as Ukrainians and Italians would were forced to work in Germany. The conditions were harsh, but generally better than in concentration camps. They were run by a variety of agencies. Auschwitz was a vast complex of camps, with three on the main site and 45 satellite camps. The Auschwitz group combined the functions of types 1 and 2.
in the extermanation camp you are going to get killed painless and fast in the concentration camp you died by illness or loloootiu69r wirheafb OW45hQ)
One is where people get killed and the other is where they have expiriments.
The differences are: . Concentration camps are camps where the inmates stay and perform back breaking labor . Plenty died too and this is where their daily lives occurred… both day and night. . Extermination camps has everything to do with death . You are forced to undress and go into a huge room that's designed to look like showers and a few minutes later, they release a gas called Zylkon B which kills a person in just a number of minutes. The S.S. men kept them in there for hours and then had others inmates that perform labor take their body into crematoriums where the person's dead body and their own flesh would burn into ashes.
Concentration Camps - more similar to giving "detention", but these camps focused on forced labor. Extermination Camp - also called "death camps". This is where they wo…uld all be gassed in the gas chambers.
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Extermination camps were used to murder people as efficient as possible but keep some alive and use them for Labour work.
concentration camps were in effect hard labour camps. Inintallly they were meant as re-education camps. Death camps only exised to process people into ash.
Technically all camps were within the concentration camp system,there were labour camps, transit camps and extermination camps.Concentration camps were generally intended for …civillians,initially just for criminals, but gradually more types wereincluded. Extermination camps were established about seven and a half yearsafter the first concentration camps. They were much smaller thanthe average concentration camps (Auschwitz is an exception as itwas both), as they only held enough inmates that were needed toopperate the gas chambers/vans and the cramatoria.
Not alot. If you are in any of them expect to die.
The Japanese internment camps were sort of like special prisons forJapanese-Americans during World War II. The camps weren't verynice, nor was being imprisoned in them, but at… the same time, theinternees were not tortured or otherwise severely harmed. Still,it's not one of America's proudest moments. They were intended tokeep Japanese-Americans on the West Coast from assisting theJapanese military if it ever invaded the USA. The Nazi concentration camps were special prisons that wereinitially meant to function a lot like the aforementionedinternment camps. However, the Nazis didn't wait long to startdoing terrible things to the internees, such as using them as slavelaborers, performing medical experiments on them, or simplyexecuting them. Unlike the Japanese internment camps, the Naziconcentration camps were intended primarily to get rid of anypeople that the government didn't like- Jews, Russians, Poles,Romany, homosexuals, political opponents, and so forth.