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Following the euphoria that gripped the Nazi regime as a result of its military achievements on the Eastern front, in September 1941 Adolf Hitler approved plans proposed by various members of the Nazi hierarchy calling for the mass deportation of Jews from Germany, Austria, and the occupied lands of Czechoslovakia and Luxembourg. The deportations commenced in October 1941 at the height of the German attack on Moscow, and in the wake of its victories at the battles of Vyazma and Bryansk.
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  • Da 53
  • 11/11/1941
  • Grossmarkthalle (Wholesale market) Frankfurt am Main
  • A railway track from the eastern wing of the wholesale market
  • Train
Beginning of Event (reconstructed) : 11/10/1941
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1042
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at beginning of event : 1052
No. of persons (Min. estimate) registered at end of event : 1042
No. of persons (Max. estimate) registered at end of event : 1052
Origin of Deportation : Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt a. Main (Wiesbaden), Hesse-Nassau, Germany
Destination of Deportation : Minsk, Minsk City, Minsk, Belorussia (USSR)
End of Event : 17/11/1941
End of Event (reconstructed) : 17/11/1941
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