Life In Prison Research Paper

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Although not being sent to the gas chambers might seem like a good thing, the able-bodied were still treated terribly. To begin, the able-bodied were sent to a different building for registration. After they were registered, their hair was shaven and their personal belongings/clothes were taken away. After that they would have a number tattooed onto their forearms and would only be referred to by their numbers. Prisoners would be given striped clothes, hats, and a pair of wooden clogs. Also, the work was very harsh. Prisoners would work for long hours in very terrible conditions. The prisoners were provided with poor food, clothing, and shelter. Finally, Only the people that could take these terrible conditions would have a chance for survival.