Gdynia

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Gdy·ni·a

 (gə-dĭn′ē-ə, -dĭn′yə)
A city of northern Poland on the Gulf of Gdańsk northwest of Gdańsk.

Gdynia

(Polish ˈɡdɪnja)
n
(Placename) a port in N Poland, near Gdańsk: developed 1924–39 as the outlet for trade through the Polish Corridor; naval base. Pop: 251 183 (2007 est)

Gdy•nia

(gəˈdɪn i ə, -yə)

n.
a seaport in N Poland, on the Gulf of Danzig. 251,000.
Translations
Gdingen
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Joana, Emilia, and Florian end up together in a small refugee group, desperately trying to reach Gotenhafen and one of the few ships that can take them to safety.
Only gradually does she begin to piece together the details of her grandparents' stance toward the Hitler regime and their subsequent escape from Gotenhafen at the end of the war.