Anhalter

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Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof - World War II and Its Aftermath
... During World War II the Anhalter Bahnhof was one of three stations used to deport some 55,000 Berlin Jews between 1941 and 1945, about a third of the city's entire Jewish population (as of 1933) ... From the Anhalter alone 9,600 left, in groups of 50 to 100 at a time using 116 trains ... Right up to the very last weeks of the war, transports of Jews from the Anhalter Bahnhof did not cease ...
Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof - The S-Bahn
... Unter den Linden to Yorckstrasse, via Potsdamer Platz and Anhalter Bahnhof had first been mooted in 1914, but it was not planned in detail until 1928, and then approval had to wait ... it was opened from Unter den Linden down to Potsdamer Platz on 15 April 1939, extended to Anhalter Bahnhof on 9 October, and then to Yorckstrasse, to ... At Anhalter Bahnhof S-Bahn station a direct access route to the mainline terminus above was provided from 19 December 1940 ...
Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof - Anhalter Güterbahnhof (goods Station)
... Things are however looking much brighter at the adjacent Anhalter locomotive depot to the west, sandwiched between the Anhalter Güterbahnhof and the former Dresdner Bahnhof ...
Berlin Potsdamer Bahnhof - The S-Bahn
... rail line from Unter den Linden to Yorckstrasse, via Potsdamer Platz and Anhalter Bahnhof, had first been mooted in 1914, but it was not planned in ... to Potsdamer Platz on 15 April 1939, extended to Anhalter Bahnhof on 9 October, and then to Yorckstrasse, to complete the link, on 6 November ... A connection from Anhalter Bahnhof was also to be made ...
Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof - Early Days
... The Anhalter Bahnhof was the Berlin terminus of a line begun on 15 April 1839, opened on 1 July 1841 as far as Jüterbog (the inaugural train being hauled by the very first Borsig locomotive), and extended to ... Like the nearby Potsdamer Bahnhof, the Anhalter Bahnhof started out as a fairly modest affair (behind an imposing administration block, the platform area was a ... At the time of the Anhalter Bahnhof's construction there was no opening in the customs wall at this location, and so one was clearly needed so that travellers could get from city to station and vice ...