The Nazis distinguished between extermination and concentration camps, although the terms extermination camp (Vernichtungslager) and death camp (Todeslager) were interchangeable, each referring to camps whose primary function was genocide. Todeslagers were designed specifically for the systematic killing of people delivered en masse by the Holocaust trains. The death of 20-year-old Wade Redmond of Minneapolis this week is the second linked to the homeless encampment that has been rapidly growing in…