Thanks Doug, but I am afraid this is a consistent error with this category of death certificates:
Residents of Amsterdam arrested in razzia's in 1940-1945, sent to concentration camps, killed there. Notification of their death in a camp received by the Amsterdam civil registration after the war, often as late as 1950 (as in the example). We are talking thousands of these late notifications. Looks like FS did a quick and dirty job of indexing, setting the death event location to the location of registration, Amsterdam.
And yes, of course one should always look at the original document when available. I submitted quite some corrections on their index records to Dutch archives.
To FS I submitted some years ago the problem that they wrongly uppercase Dutch prepositions like "van", "de", etc. making it "Van", "De", etc. Was to be processed by some language committee. No further feedback by them, nor correction...