List of deportations from Berlin 1941-1945

More than 55 000 Jews were deported from Berlin during World War II and, mostly, murdered. From October 1941 to January 1945 a total of 61 transports were handled at the stations Anhalter Bahnhof, Grunewald and – according to recent research – mainly from Moabit freight terminal. Destinations were Litzmannstadt (Łódź), Riga, Minsk, Lublin, Warsaw, Sobibor, Raasiku, Theresienstadt and later Auschwitz. On the homepage of the district office Charlottenburg there is an updated list of the deportations with place of departure, number of deportees and destination. Using the data from Memorial Books and current studies on the various Berlin collecting points (Sammellager), deportation routes of individual persons can be tracked.
Further reading:
Alfred Gottwaldt, Mahnort Güterbahnhof Moabit, Die Deportation von Juden aus Berlin, Verlag Hentrich & Hentrich, Berlin 2015.
Akim Jah, Die Deportation der Juden aus Berlin, die nationalsozialistische Vernichtungspolitik und das Sammellager Große Hamburger Straße, Berlin, Be.bra-Wiss.-Verl., 2013

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