In fairness our Boer War Concentration Camps were not Death Camps.
In any war there are concentration camps. It's just that we named them formally as such during the Boer War.
We had Concentration Camps in WW2, on the Isle of Man and in Scotland for example. But they were hardly 'Death Camps' given that many of the Jews on the IOM had such a nice time there during internment that they stayed (and remain there to this day).