Plenty of time for sports, entertainment, and a little honest work. The inmates in Germany's Westerbork Concentration Camp had a much better quality of life than those in U.S. prisons today, and a much better chance of survival.
In the first video below, we see Ronald Reagan denying a charge of 6 million people being placed in concentration camps. This video clip, rather comcise, has been circulating as evidence related to Reagan's position on the events (or better, non-events) of World War Two. We jumped on it before having taken the time to check it out, and primarily because it says just what we like to hear. However in reality, Reagan's disclaimer has nothing to do with Germany and the jews!
What we have to fight for is the necessary security for the existence and increase of our race and people, the subsistence of its children and the maintenance of our racial stock unmixed, the freedom and independence of the Fatherland; so that our people may be enabled to fulfil the mission assigned to it by the Creator.
If a comrade of ours opens a Jewish newspaper in the morning and does not find himself vilified there, then he has spent yesterday to no account. For if he had achieved something he would be persecuted, slandered, derided and abused. Those who effectively combat this mortal enemy of our people, who is at the same time the enemy of all Aryan peoples and all culture, can only expect to arouse opposition on the part of this race and become the object of its slanderous attacks. - Mein Kampf, p. 200