About Umschlagplatz

Umschlagplatz was the square from which Warsaw’s Jewish community were sent to death camps during World War II, particularly to Treblinka. Today, a monument marks this tragic "assembly point", from where thousands of people were transported.

Submitted by Dr. G A Sivan, Jerusalem

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