. Where were the death camps located and why?. . Chelmno-first death camp December 8, 1941, Jews in Wartheland; near large forest for mass graves Auschwitz-Birkenau-largest; concentration camp/killing center; final destination for JewsLublin/Majdanek-Soviet POWs; November 3, 1943-Harvest Festival
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Cans of Zyklon B found by Allies after liberation. Made by US industries
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