My old butcher in Buffalo spent time at Dachau, then managed to find safe haven in Britain, where he was kept in an internment camp because he was a native of Germany and they were at war.
At the time, there weren’t yet any death camps. Dachau was just detention and bad treatment.
The British had concentration camps in South Africa for the families and servants of still-belligerent Boers after the fall of Praetoria. Bad treatment, yes. Death camps, no.
Spain had concentration camps in Cuba where they literally starved rebels to death.
OAC, however, is talking out her ass, as usual.
Father Andreas was always clear that Dachau was not a “death camp”, but a punishment camp. Conditions were bad enough that many prisoners died anyway. Father Andreas was chaplain to a group of Monks in eastern Germany who had engaged in anti-Nazi activities, including printing and distributing pamphlets. There was a special section of Dachau for dissent Roman Catholic priests.