The internees’ location was listed in the field for their internment address or place of residence. If the note Comune appears next to the place name, this indicates a municipality. Military hospitals, prisons, and requisitioned hotels and houses were also used to intern people. In many cases, there is an additional note of Int. C.C. or C.C., which stands for campo di concentramento internati civili (concentration camp for civilian internees) or campo di concentramento (concentration camp). Historians emphasize that an Italian campo di concentramento was more like a ghetto and cannot be equated with the German concentration and extermination camps.