How Did the Hamburger Get Its Name?

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The Hamburger got its name from the port city of Hamburg in Germany. This is so because in the mid 19th century, people in the port city of Hamburg, Germany relished a class of crushed beef called Hamburg steak. Therefore the big numbers of Germans who moved to North America during that time went along with the delicacy and its name along with them.
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