In the Second World War’s concentration camps, men and women were often separated. Ravensbrück was no exception. Through the camp gates, 132,000 women passed through.
“The modern, completely contemporary, ideal and easily expandable concentration camp,” said Himmler, when he described the Sachsenhausen. Sachsenhausen was a concentration camp near Berlin and through the gate have over 200,000 people walked. Many never came out.