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70th anniversary of the final liquidation of the Łódź Ghetto

Agnieszka Żółkiewska, August 25, 2014

Litzmannstadt ghetto, because it was the official name of the Łódź Ghetto, was the second in size ghetto on the occupied Polish territories. Since its creation in February 1940, 200 000 people came through it. This number includes Jewish citizens of Łódź and neighboring cities, and also Jews deported from Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Czech. For a short time, 5000 Romani from Germany also lived in the ghetto. 

The Łódź Ghetto was hermetically closed, separated from the rest of the city with...

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