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German soldiers led Jews captured during the suppression of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising to this assembly point for deportation.
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Corner ul. Stawki and ul. Dzika, Warsaw, Poland
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Very sobering to think what these Jewish people must have gone through, still hard to believe this happened just relatively a short time ago during WW2,a fitting tribute to the 300.000 that lost their lives on the journey to or at extermination camps.
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The word "umschladplatz" or holding areas were used as holding areas where the Jews were marched off to their cruel and untimely deaths. Today, the memorial bears those memories; some of the first names of the victims, and a staggering figure of those who supposedly perished in
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The beautiful monument to those who died in the Second World War is worth visiting. It recalls many of the forenames of the 300,000 Jews who were transported from the Warsaw Ghetto to the Nazi extermination camps. It is a helpful reminder of the past.
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This small monument commemorates the 300,000 plus Jewish people who were transported from this location to the death camps run by the Nazis in WW II. There is still a piece of the rails left in place. You have to search for the location but it is a place to remember
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This dramatic , yet humble monument , was built on the exact location where Jews were gathered and sent to death during WWII . Unveiled in 1988 and replaced the original one built in 1948 . ...“along this path of suffering and death over 300.000 Jews were driven in 1942-43, from
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