Hamburg in Bezirk Eimsbüttel, Germany
Platz der Jüdischen Deportierten
[Place of the Jewish Deportees]
Hier begann der Weg tausender jüdischer Bürger Hamburgs, der in den Vernichtungslagern des Nazi-Regimes endete.
The journey of thousands of Jewish residents of Hamburg began here, ending in the concentration camps of the Nazi regime.
Location. 53° 33.828′ N, 9° 59.135′ E. Marker is in Hamburg, in Bezirk Eimsbüttel. Marker is on Von-Melle-Park. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: Von-Melle-Park 3, Hamburg 20146, Germany. Touch for directions.
1. Translation Notes
Several interpretive choices were made in the English translation:
• "Juden" literally means "Jews" but was translated to "Jewish people."
• "Bürger" literally means "citizens" but was translated to "residents."
• "Vernichtungslagern" translates literally to "extermination camps" but "concentration camps" was used.
• Several choices in change of syntax were made based on common word order choices between German and English.
— Submitted September 28, 2019.
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