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    World War occurred in the Warsaw Ghetto between April 19 and May 16, 1943. After the first major removal of Jews from the Ghetto (22 July-3 October 1942), the inhabitants knew that there existed no other option but resistance. The uprising was not necessarily a fight for survival, but rather a fight to die with honor and dignity. The inhabitants of the Ghetto knew that the Nazis intended to round them up and ship them to the gas chambers of Treblinka and other death camps. The Jews fought for nearly a month because, after the mass deportation, they built bunkers and hideouts across the Ghetto, had access to chemicals for explosives, small arms smuggled in by the Polish underground, and the SS units involved in suppressing the uprising had relatively little experience or training.…

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    Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ALIBASET When we wake up in the morning with the alarm of our phone and read the newspaper or watch the news, we are confronted with the same terrible news everyday: crime, poverty, rape, war, death and disasters. I myself cannot remember a single day without a news report of something bad happening somewhere in the world. Imagine all these issues and times it by 10,000, all of this, was going to be confronted by the Jewish people of Europe, when the Nazi party took power…

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    “Warsaw ghetto fighters fired upon German troops as they tried to round up another group of ghetto inhabitants for deportation. Fighters used a small supply of weapons that had been smuggled into the ghetto” (USHMM). People needed to protect and fight in order to live. Thanks to group efforts, guns were smuggled into the ghetto and gave some people a fighting chance. In an event called the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, about three-hundred-thousand Jews were deported and killed. “Look. Look. People are…

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    anti Nazi Poles on the other side of the wall. The resistance began on 18 January, 1943, when the Nazi’s attempted to transfer another group to a camp, and the Jews ambushed them. Fighting lasted for a week as the Nazi forces were pushed back, delaying the transfer to camps for a several months. On 19 April 1943, the Nazi’s returned in greater number with the task to liquidate the ghetto of Warsaw. This was met with another resistance from the Poles. The plan of the Nazi’s was the systematically…

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    Jewish Uprisings In the article “Resistance in Ghettos” between 1941 and 1943 jews had an underground movement in many ghettos such as Treblinka. The jews would organize a “hit and run” type of attacks where they would trap germans kill and loot them. The jews would also plan to escape the the ghetto and go to france to live their lives. Jews knew that the uprisings wouldn’t cause the germans to stop treating jews horribly so very few jews actually committed to being part of these uprisings. In…

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    The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Thesis The Warsaw Ghetto uprising led by 23-year-old Mordecai Anielewicz, dispelled the myth of Jewish passivity during WWII, inspired other movements of Jewish resistance, and demonstrated that collective action is not always a product of ideal times. The Years Before Nazi-sponsored persecution and mass murder fueled collective and individual Jewish resistance throughout occupied Europe during WWII. Between 1941 and 1943, about 100 underground movements of Jewish…

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    that she cannot bring back people who have died and undo the terrors of the Holocaust, but she can choose to share her story to help prevent a future Holocaust. In the same way, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising cannot undo the horrific events that took place in the Warsaw Ghetto, but it can help inspire people to not settle for their severe oppression and take a stand to fight the treatment that they deserve. Before the war, the city of Warsaw, Poland had 1.3 million citizens. It had an enormous…

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    The Uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto History has shown evidence of the good and the bad, the heroes of the villains, those who complete terrifying things and those who are brave enough to stand against them.“The world is too dangerous to live in- not because of the people who do evil, but because of the people who sit and let it happen” (Albert Einstein) The heroic Jews, as well as the survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto, did not only sit and watch their brethren be tortured, but stood up and fought a…

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    already frail parents can not even notice that she is gone as they slave away making any money they can. They do notice however that today she is late coming home. The Holocaust was a mass genocide of primarily the Jewish population carried out by the Nazi’s- who were German. It happened during World War II from the early 1930s to the mid 1940s. The Jewish people resisted admirably against the Nazis during World War II to regain their dignity through armed and unarmed resistances. One…

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    stop to what the Nazi's and Hitler were doing. One of the biggest and most famous resistances of the time was the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. The start of the Warsaw Ghetto started when 300,000 Jews were deported from Warsaw to Treblinka. The group was lead by a young man named Mordecai Anielewicz. His goal was to have the Jews resist going on the railroad cars. In January 1943, fighters used the small amount of weapons they had to fight off German troops that were trying to deport them again. They…

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