Jewish people working in a quarry.
Those who weren't killed instantly were slowly killed over time. Those few were sent to Auschwitz three were they where worked to death, often times in a quarry or a rail road. The contditons in these labor camps were horriable, sometimes prisoners were forced to work out in harsh snow storms with no jackets and very little to eat. Prisoners of labor cmaps were put on a strict stavation ration, when on this ration prisoners would maybe get a piece of black bread about as thick as your thumb with some butter and maybe a small container of "soup" and that was it for twenty four hours. The Nazi soilders didn't make it any better. Sometimes they would push prisoners down and then beath them for "not working".