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Altona, Hamburg

                   
Altona
Borough of Hamburg
Sol LeWitt, Black Form Dedicated to the Missing Jews, townhall Altona.
Sol LeWitt, Black Form Dedicated to the Missing Jews, townhall Altona.
Coat of arms of Altona
Altona is located in Germany
Altona
Coordinates 53°33′0″N 9°56′0″E / 53.55°N 9.933333°E / 53.55; 9.933333Coordinates: 53°33′0″N 9°56′0″E / 53.55°N 9.933333°E / 53.55; 9.933333
Administration
Country Germany
State Hamburg
City Hamburg
Borough Altona
Borough subdivisions 13 quarters
Basic statistics
Area 77.5 km2 (29.9 sq mi)
Population 243,972  (31 December 2006)
 - Density 3,148 /km2 (8,153 /sq mi)
Founded 1535
Other information
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Licence plate HH
Area code 040
  Memorial of the Altonian Regiments (IR31, RIR31 and L31)

Altona (German pronunciation: [ˈaltona]) is the westernmost urban borough (Bezirk) of the German city state of Hamburg, on the right bank of the Elbe river. From 1640 to 1864 Altona was under the administration of the Danish monarchy. Altona was an independent city until 1937. In 2006 the population was 243,972.

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  History

Founded in 1535 as a village of fishermen, in 1664 Altona received city rights from Danish King Frederik III. Until 1864, Altona was one of the Danish monarchy's most important harbour towns. The railroad from Altona to Kiel, the Christian VIII Baltic Sea Rail Line (Christian VIII Østersø Jernbane), was opened in 1844.

Because of the severe restrictions on the number of Jews allowed to live in Hamburg (with the exception of the period of 1811–15,) until 1864,[citation needed] a major Jewish community developed in Altona.[1] Members did business both in Hamburg and in Altona itself. All that remains after the Nazi Holocaust during World War II is the Jewish cemetery, but in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, the community was a major center of Jewish life and scholarship. The Danes had lower taxes and placed fewer civil impositions on their Jewish community than did the government of Hamburg.

The wars between Denmark and the Kingdom of Prussia, such as the First Schleswig War (1848–1851) and the Second War of Schleswig (February 1864 – October 1864) followed by the Gastein Convention (1864), led to Denmark's cession of the Duchies of Schleswig, Holstein and Lauenburg to Prussian and Austrian administration, respectively. In 1867 Altona became part of the Kingdom of Prussia.

In 1871 Altona and the nearby city Hamburg were hit by cholera, with a minimum of 16 casualties.[2]

During the Weimar era following World War I, the city of Altona was disturbed by major worker strikes and street disorders. Inflation in Germany was a major problem. In 1923 Max Brauer, the mayor of Altona, directed that city personnel be paid in part with gas meter tokens, as these coins did not lose value from inflation.[3] The most notable event at this time is the Altona Bloody Sunday (German: Altonaer Blutsonntag) on July 17, 1932 when several persons were shot by the police force during a demonstration of Nazi groups. After police raids and a special court, on August 1, 1933 Bruno Tesch and others were found guilty and executed by beheading with a hand-held axe.[4][5] In the 1990s, the Federal Republic of Germany reversed the convictions of Tesch and the other men who were executed, clearing their names.

The Greater Hamburg Act removed Altona from the Free State of Prussia in 1937 and merged it (and several surrounding cities) with the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in 1938.

On 1 February 2007 the Ortsämter (Precincts) in Hamburg were dissolved. In Altona were the precincts Blankenese, Lurup and Osdorf with local offices. On 1 March 2008 the Schanzenviertel neighborhood, which had spanned across parts of the boroughs of Altona, Eimsbüttel and Hamburg-Mitte, became the Sternschanze quarter, the entirety of which is now in the Altona borough.[6]

  Geography

The border of Altona to the south is the River Elbe, and across the river the state Lower Saxony and the boroughs Harburg and Hamburg-Mitte. To the east is the borough Hamburg-Mitte and to the north is the borough Eimsbüttel. The western border is to the state of Schleswig-Holstein. According to the statistical office Hamburg the area of Altona was in 2006 77.5 km² or 29.9 sq mi.

  Quarters

Politically, the following quarters (German Stadtteile) are subject to the Altona borough:

  1. Altona-Altstadt
  2. Altona-Nord
  3. Bahrenfeld
  4. Ottensen
  5. Othmarschen (including parts of Klein Flottbek)
  6. Groß Flottbek
  7. Osdorf
  8. Lurup
  9. Nienstedten (including parts of Klein Flottbek)
  10. Blankenese
  11. Iserbrook
  12. Sülldorf
  13. Rissen
  14. Sternschanze


  Demographics

In 2006 in the borough Altona were living 243,972 people. 16.4% were children under the age of 18, and 18.6% were 65 years of age or older. 15.3% were immigrants. 12,545 people were registered as unemployed.[7] In 1999 48% of all households were made up of individuals.[8]

There were 37 elementary schools and 30 secondary schools in Altona and 635 physicians in private practice and 67 pharmacies.[9]

  Diet of the borough

Simultaneously with elections to the state parliament (Bürgerschaft), the Bezirksversammlung is elected as representatives of the citizens. It consists of 51 representatives.

  Elections

Elections were held in Hamburg on 20 February 2011. The five parties having more than 5 percent in recent polls (minimum to qualify) are the conservative CDU, the social-democratic SPD, the ecologist Green Party (GAL), the left-wing Die Linke and the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP).

  Transportation

  Altona Bahnhof (train station) in 1971. Buses, streetcars, trains and S-Bahn trains all met at this spot.

Altona is the location of a major railway station, Hamburg-Altona, connecting the local rapid transit with the regional railways and local bus lines.

The Bundesautobahn 7 leads through Altona borough.

According to the Department of Motor Vehicles (Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt), in Altona 87,131 private cars were registered (359 cars/1000 people).[9]

  See also

  • Jean de Labadie (1610–1674), French Christian mystic who died in Altona.
  • Jonathan Eybeschutz (1690–1764), was a Talmudist, Halachist, and Kabbalist who died in Altona.
  • George Jarvis (Philhellene) (1797–1828), was the first of American Philhellenes who took part in the Greek Revolution 1821-1829,general of Greek army,born in Altona

  Notes

  1. ^ Lowenthal, Marvin (1977), The Memoirs of Glückel of Hameln, New York: Shocken Books, pp. 5–10, ISBN 978-0-8052-0572-5 
  2. ^ "Colera", The New York Times, 1871-08-31, http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9B00E5DD113EEE34BC4950DFBE66838A669FDE 
  3. ^ Verg, Erich; Verg, Martin (2007), Das Abenteuer das Hamburg heißt (4th ed.), Hamburg: Ellert&Richter, p. 158, ISBN 978-3-8319-0137-1  (German)
  4. ^ "Back to the Axe!", The Time Magazine, 1933-08-14, http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,745905-2,00.html, retrieved 2008-08-14 
  5. ^ Stolpersteine in Hamburg |url=http://87.106.6.17/stolpersteine-hamburg.de/en.php?&LANGUAGE=EN&MAIN_ID=7&BIO_ID=234%7C
  6. ^ Act of the area organisation
  7. ^ Residents registration office, source: statistical office Nord of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein (2006)
  8. ^ Source: statistical office Nord of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein (1999)
  9. ^ a b Source: statistical office Nord of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein (2006)

  References

  External links

   
               

 

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