The Warsaw ghetto square where Jews were rounded up and organized for deportation to Treblinka.
Meaning collection point, it was a square in the Warsaw Ghetto where Jews were amassed for deportation to Treblinka.
a loading platform for a train station, notably in the Warsaw Ghetto where Jews were gathered to be deported to death camps.
Place in Warsaw where freight trains were loaded and unloaded. During the deportation from the Warsaw ghetto, it was used as an assembly point where Jews were loaded onto cattle cars to be taken to Treblinka. It literally means "transfer point."
"Point of Reshippment": A collection point in the ghetto for deportation
In the Holocaust, the Umschlagplatz (German: collection point or reloading point) in the Warsaw Ghetto was where Jews gathered for deportation to the Treblinka extermination camp. Beginning on July 22, 1942, Jews were deported in crowded freight cars.