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Throughout 1944 the Germans suffered massive losses: on the Eastern Front where the Soviet counter-offensive regained territory; in Italy the battle between Nazi Germany and the Allies continued and Rome was liberated on June 4. Two days later, on D-day, the allies landed in Normandy. By the end of August the Allies had reached Belgium and it was expected that they would soon reach the Netherlands. Despite the worsening of the situation of Germany, the Nazis continued to deport Jews from all over Europe.
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Places : Amsterdam, Noordholland, The Netherlands
: 03/09/1944
Beginning of Event (reconstructed) : 03/09/1944
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1019
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1019
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at end of event : 1019
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at end of event : 1019
Origin of Deportation : Westerbork, Camp, The Netherlands
Destination of Deportation : Auschwitz Birkenau, Extermination Camp, Poland
End of Event : 05/09/1944
End of Event (reconstructed) : 05/09/1944
Display in intranet : Y
Link to historical background : Historical background: from Westerbork, Camp, The Netherlands to Auschwitz Birkenau, Extermination Camp, Poland between dates 03/09/1944 - 05/09/1944