Sorry, but I cannot believe you "researched" this very long, lol.
I provide a link below (one of hundreds) that I found in 5 seconds of work.
But, to summarize, life in Nazi Concentration camps often did not last long. More died, than survived. You had to work very hard, slave labor in most places making things needed for the Nazi War machine, rebuilding roads, railroad lines, and just general labor inside the camps, like cooking, washing, and disposal of dead bodies.
Those who got sick, went to immediate "cremation", often while still alive, as the Nazi were not very generous in use of gas.
Prisoners were logged-in, the Nazi kept wonderful records. Then each prisoner was given a unique identification number, tattooed on their arm.
This is a testimoney of the cruelty they experienced, treated more like animals, than humans.
Political prisoners, enemies of the state, resisters, and those who were undesireables would be sent to camps, if not executed sooner.
It was not just Jews who were rounded up, but also gypsies, gays, and mentally retarded.
Some of which ended up in medical experiments.
· 10 years ago