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During the autumn and winter of 1942-1943, Nazi Germany suffered a series of major military setbacks signaling a shift in the course of the war: The defeat at El Alamein followed by the landing of Allied forces in North- Africa (Operation Torch), and the encircling of the Sixth Army at Stalingrad. However, despite these setbacks the Nazis proceeded with their extermination policies. On February 7, 1943, several days after the German surrender at Stalingrad, Hitler addressed a group of Gaulei
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Route of Transport: from Departing Station Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Wuerttemberg, Germany to Bohusovice, Litomerice, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia on 16/04/1943
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Origin of Deportation: Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Wuerttemberg, Germany
Transport No: XIII/2
Beginning of Event: 16/04/1943
Segment of Route: Departing Station
Assembly Area: Building of the Jewish Community Stuttgart, Hospitalstrasse
Departure Station: Train station Fellbach
Means of Transportation: Rail car attached to a regular passenger train
No. of People (Minimum Estimate): 20
No. of People (Maximum Estimate): 20
Destination of Deportation: Bohusovice, Litomerice, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia
Arrival Station: Bohusovice train station
Route of Transport: from Stop Bohusovice, Litomerice, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia to Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia on 17/04/1943
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Origin of Deportation: Bohusovice, Litomerice, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia
Transport No: XIII/2
Beginning of Event: 17/04/1943
Segment of Route: Stop
Departure Station: Bohusovice train station
Means of Transportation: Marched by foot
No. of People (Maximum Estimate): 20
Destination of Deportation: Theresienstadt, Ghetto, Czechoslovakia
End of Event: 17/04/1943
Transport No. upon Arrival: XIII/2
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