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BTW: Is Tanta the name of Hana's grandmother, a Hebrew word meaning grandmother, mineral or other? All I know is that it is a city in Egypt --[[User:Joshtek|Joshtek]] 21:09, 29 December 2006 (EST)
 
BTW: Is Tanta the name of Hana's grandmother, a Hebrew word meaning grandmother, mineral or other? All I know is that it is a city in Egypt --[[User:Joshtek|Joshtek]] 21:09, 29 December 2006 (EST)
 
* As I understand it, ''tanta'' literally means "aunt", but is frequently used to denote any very close non-maternal female caregiver, ranging from a beloved nanny or babysitter to a close family friend to a grandmother.--[[User:Hardvice|Hardvice]] <small>[[User talk:Hardvice|(talk)]]</small> 21:39, 29 December 2006 (EST)
 
* As I understand it, ''tanta'' literally means "aunt", but is frequently used to denote any very close non-maternal female caregiver, ranging from a beloved nanny or babysitter to a close family friend to a grandmother.--[[User:Hardvice|Hardvice]] <small>[[User talk:Hardvice|(talk)]]</small> 21:39, 29 December 2006 (EST)
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* Actually, there is no evidence to support that Hana's grandmother went to Auswich. There were plenty of other concentration camps as well. Unless someone can come up with a reference to support that she went specifically to Auswich, I will remove that reference and simply state she went to prison / concentration camp.

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BTW: Is Tanta the name of Hana's grandmother, a Hebrew word meaning grandmother, mineral or other? All I know is that it is a city in Egypt --Joshtek 21:09, 29 December 2006 (EST)

  • As I understand it, tanta literally means "aunt", but is frequently used to denote any very close non-maternal female caregiver, ranging from a beloved nanny or babysitter to a close family friend to a grandmother.--Hardvice (talk) 21:39, 29 December 2006 (EST)
  • Actually, there is no evidence to support that Hana's grandmother went to Auswich. There were plenty of other concentration camps as well. Unless someone can come up with a reference to support that she went specifically to Auswich, I will remove that reference and simply state she went to prison / concentration camp.