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death camp

noun as in concentration camp where prisoners are systematically killed

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It’s the one-time trip she and her dad take to Auschwitz, the death camp where Walter believes his parents to have perished.

Over the decades, however, stories like Renia’s dissipated among trauma fatigue, and then a fascination in Auschwitz and the death camps.

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Unwittingly, the Ukrainian-born, German POW and death camp guard reversed over 140 years of German jurisprudence.

Update: The White House has apologized for the "Polish death camp" reference.

He then referenced, in his phrase, "a Polish death camp"—as if Auschwitz were a Polish project.

For Obama to refer to a "Polish death camp" is just ghastly.

Few organizations have been more vocal against the "Polish death camp" slur than the Anti-Defamation League.

From a high sandy crest I turned a farewell glance at the death camp.

No word came of Woodhull, or of two others who could not be identified as among the victims at the death camp.

I had changed my clothes at the death camp that I might have a neat clean shroud if I died.

He took the path he had previously traversed, and came upon the Death Camp late in the afternoon.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to death-camp, such as: auschwitz, death factory, extermination camp, and killing fields.

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