Most regular readers here will know that a) it is officially recognised that no gas chambers were used in camps on German soil, b) the deaths in camps such as Buchenwald, Bergen Belsen etc were a very small fraction of the total claimed 6m dead and c) they were caused mainly by typhus and starvation due to the collapsing infrastructure in the closing months of the war. These figures may be on some interest to newer readers. Please remember that not all deaths were those of jews, thus they would and should not be counted as part of the 6m.
So here's a little review of figures of the well known camp deaths plucked from official and reliable sources, my emphases added,:
Camp records indicate that throughout its existence some 240,000 prisoners from at least 30 countries were confined at Buchenwald. At least 10,000 were shipped to extermination camps, and some 43,000 people died at the camp.11 Jun 2015
Buchenwald | concentration camp, Germany | Britannica.com
Note this 55k figure also includes 11000 claimed to have been sent on 'liquidation transports'The Dead of Buchenwald
Based on Nazi records and other evidence collected after liberation of the camp, the number of those who died or were murdered under the immediate influence of Buchenwald is no fewer than 55,000 victims.
Source - https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/js ... stats.html
The SS murdered at least 56,000 male prisoners in the Buchenwald camp system, some 11,000 of them Jews.
Source - http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php ... d=10005198
There were no gas chambers at Bergen-Belsen, since the mass killings took place in the camps further east. Nevertheless, current estimates put the number of deaths at Belsen at more than 50,000 Jews, Czechs, Poles, anti-Nazi Christians, homosexuals, and Roma and Sinti (Gypsies). Among them was Czech painter and writer Josef Čapek (estimated to be in April 1945).
Source - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bergen-Be ... ation_camp
During its existence, approximately 50,000 persons died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp complex including Anne Frank and her sister Margot, both of whom died in the camp in March 1945. Most of the victims were Jews.
Source - http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php ... d=10005224
While Bergen-Belsen contained no gas chambers, an estimated 50,000 people died of starvation, overwork, disease, brutality and sadistic medical experiments.
Source - https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/js ... elsen.html
Over the 12 years of use as a concentration camp, the Dachau administration recorded the intake of 206,206 prisoners and deaths of 31,951. Crematoria were constructed to dispose of the deceased.
Source - Wikipedia
In the twelve years of its existence over 200.000 persons from all over Europe were imprisoned here and in the numerous subsidiary camps
Source - https://www.kz-gedenkstaette-dachau.de/index-e.html
Note that when death tolls are sought for Dachau the info gets a bit thin. One site says 31,000 died but most sites don't give a figure. They all seem to agree on the number of living inmates on liberation at about 32,000.
Thus for these three camps the approximate death toll was a gross 120,000 approx. Not all were jews of course.