. This Day in History: March 10, 1933 – Opening Of The Nazis’ First Concentration Camp « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Britannica.com – On this day in 1933, soon after Adolf Hitler became chancellor, the first concentration camp in Germany opened at Dachau, where at least 32,000 people would die from disease, malnutrition, physical oppression, and execution…

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