This is what Wiki has to say about the camps in Belarus:
There were 100,000 prisoners held in the Minsk Ghetto, in Bobruisk 25,000, in Vitebsk 20,000, in Mogilev 12,000, in Gomel over 10,000, in Slutsk 10,000, in Borisov 8,000, and in Polotsk 8,000. In the Gomel Region alone, twenty ghettos were established in which no less than 21,000 people were imprisoned.link
This is 214 thousand people in 28 ghettos aka judenlagers. Here there is a fine line between ghettos and camp. This is an average of 7,500 per ghetto.
If this trend carried on for the 260 konzentrationslager and 70 ghettos as mentioned by the quoted V. Makei (link) this would amount to 2.47 million people.
According to deniers, no one was gassed at the AR camps and A-B Kremas between the end of 1941 and autumn 1944, which means that by the autumn of 1944, there should have been c2.5 million Jews being accommodated somewhere. Where was that somewhere?
I think the answers lay in the obvious.
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