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Which accurately analyzes the development of Nazi camps for Jews?

Initially, Jews were interned in concentration and labor camps before being sent to death camps

Jews were initially forced into concentration camps before being transferred to city ghettos for the duration of World War II

Jews were placed in concentration camps for the duration of the war, where most died from hard work or natural causes

From the beginning, Nazis rounded up Jews and sent them to death camps where they would face gas chambers

Please help! I think its A or C. I'm thinking more A.

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