Nazi concentration camp badges , primarily triangles, were part of the system of identification in German camps. They were used in the concentration camps in the German-occupied countries to identify the reason the prisoners had been placed there. These mandatory badges of shame had specific meanings indicated by their colour and shape. Such emblems helped guards assign tasks to the detainees.
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The original version of this story misidentified the memorial. Ross, who died this February in Boston, was a pound, barely alive, year-old orphan who no longer had the will to live when the Americans liberated Dachau. Steve Sattler, from Michigan, a tank commander in the force that liberated Dachau, was the soldier who changed Ross's outlook. He told no one until he told his daughter in He gave me the can he was eating from. He put his arm around me.
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From December , Berlin ordered the transfer of clerical prisoners held at other camps, and Dachau became the centre for imprisonment of clergymen. Of a total of 2, clerics recorded as imprisoned at Dachau some 2, or Members of the Catholic Society of Jesus Jesuits were the largest group among the incarcerated clergy at Dachau. Dachau was established in March as the first Nazi Concentration Camp. Dachau was chiefly a political camp, rather than an extermination camp, but of around , prisoners sent to its main camp, over 32, were either executed or died of disease, malnutrition or brutalization.
What's surprising is that a relatively small number of those women were Jewish. Surviving records suggest that during the camp's operating years May of through April of , only 26, of the inmates were Jewish. Some had resisted the Nazi regime; they were spies and rebels. Others were scholars and academics who had openly supported socialism or communism — or put forward other opinions Hitler's government considered dangerous.