How many Nazi camps have there been?
More than 300
Who has not heard of the Nazi camps? There were more than 300 Nazi camps during the second war. It is widely known the fact that Nazi Germany maintained concentration camps. Keep in mind that these camps were used to hold and torture political opponents and union organizers. Needless to say, the camps held around 45,000 prisoners. Unfortunately, so many persons lost their lives in these concentration camps. Believe it or not, many political prisoners and “undesirable elements” from across Europe were mass-incarcerated.