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The victims were dragged at their feet over the sharp stones of the camp pavement. This very painful method was used as a punishment for inmates that tried to hide themselves inside the camp. Drowning Inmates in Water-Tubs This method of killing was carried out between the summer of and the end of In many cases, ill or unfit Poles, Spaniards or Jews were selected to be drowned in tubs, small barrels, etc.
To kill the inmates, Jentzsch brought between 40 and of them into the KZ Gusen showers and exposed them to cold water until they died after some 30 minutes.
Untilseveral thousand KZ Gusen Inmates were exterminated by this very painful method. This was a very painful method of punishment that was derived from medieval torture-methods.
In some cases, people that were "hanged" were forgotten and died after some 30 minutes.
Since religious practice was forbidden in the camp, many priests were punished or killed after being betrayed.
It was also wise not to tell anybody of being a priest.
By the evening, 14 of them were dead--nearly all priests. The average survival period of Jewish inmates was several weeks. In some cases only a few days. At this camp they did not have any medical support.
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