What is a death camp?
Death camps, also called extermination camps, were designed for the purpose of killing large numbers of people in the most efficient manner possible.
Who were affected by these camps?
Of course, there were the victims; millions of children, women, and men suffered as inmates in this camps. But there were also bureaucrats—the train conductors, prison guards, cooks, secretaries, etc.—that made sure that millions of victims were transported to camps throughout Europe and who ran the camps once the victims arrived.