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The network in Berlin-Mitte

The external exhibition space of the Mitte Museum in the Tiergarten Town Hall focuses on the National Socialist era in the Mitte district.

During the Second World War, the National Socialists deported almost the entire Jewish population living in Berlin at the time to ghettos and concentration and extermination camps in Eastern Europe. Most of the infrastructure of the deportation network was located in today's Mitte district.

These included the two largest collection camps in Levetzowstraße and in Große Hamburger Straße as well as the largest of the three Berlin deportation stations, the Moabit freight station.
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