Talk:Neuengamme concentration camp

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The row Dead in Deportation and the sentence There was about 52% of dead people in all kommandos dépending on Neuengamme between December 13rd 1938 and May 4th 1945. seems to be incompletly translated from the orginal French. Could someone with better French than me please fix it? --JBellis 17:22, 31 March 2007 (UTC)


"Many women prisoners from Auschwitz in 1944" any citation of how many? 159.105.80.141 13:56, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

move article to "Neuengamme concentration camps"[edit]

this article should be renamed (moved) to: "Neuengamme concentration camps".

as it stands now, the article title does not reflect the article's contents. the current name misdirects by not addressing the camps. the article is only about the Neuengamme concentration camps. when someone interested in the holocaust sees the current title, he will not be informed that this is an important subject containting relevent info. wp policy is for the title to acurately convey the article. the name should be expanded to fully clarify the subject. thank you.-- diremarc (talk) 17:14, 30 June 2009 (UTC)

"Neuengamme concentration camp"[edit]

to be consistent with other camps, name change should be to "Neuengamme concentration camp".-- diremarc (talk) 03:39, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

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Assessment[edit]

  1. Fails coverage: even If you can't speak German see the German article in lenght and structure (including several sub-articles). So it fails
    1. Structure too, ATM.
  2. A few more souces of third parties would be nice.
  3. Not all refs and footnote in the {citation} style. (minor)

Thank you. Sebastian scha. (talk) 20:57, 3 October 2009 (UTC)