The number cards were also used to record what happened to a prisoner. If the name of a concentration camp is listed next to the date, this means the prisoner was transferred to that camp on this date. If a prisoner died, his death was noted on the card. If Entlassen (“released”) is noted here, it could mean that the prisoner was allowed to return home. However, this term was also used when an inmate had been transferred to a prison. Escape attempts can also be recorded here.