Why are Hitler's concentration camps considered to be "problematic"?

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Fact: They were pretty poggers. British Historian Richard J Evans claims that "British, American and French prisoners were relatively well treated".

Fact: They employed 7.5 million people at their peak. Jobs for everyone!

Fact: Soviets, Chinese, Americans, British all have had employed or still have employed concentration camps. Those are considered to be pretty radical, dude, so why isn't Hitler's? Did he not fill out some "cool" forms?

Fact: This shit post is gonna put me on a list

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"OH YEAH, Concentration Camps!!! Allied prisoners were treated relatively well!"


(Darth Vader was inspired by Nazis, so it works on multiple levels)
 

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That's the first I heard of that
Cool black outfit? Commands legions of Stormtroopers? Able to kill you just by looking at you, even though there's no physical evidence that he was directly responsible?

Star Wars was heavily influenced by WWII nostalgia; for example, there's the famous case of the Attack on the Deathstar sequence (Nazi superweapon trope!), which was... umm, let's say a homage, to The Dam Busters, a film about an RAF bombing raid on Germany's Ruhr Valley.

 

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