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warsaw ghetto uprising

Sarim K. and Gabriel S. period 8

audie skweres

on 4 May 2010

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warsaw ghetto uprising by: Sarim K. and Gabriel S. This is what Warsaw looked like after it was destroyed.Not many people or buildings were left. They confined about 500,000 Jews in a poor area away from the city in a section called a ghetto. They were put there so they could be taken away and later executed which is also known as Hitlers "final solution" of dealing with the Jews. Many of them either got killed or died of hunger.
Many tried to fight back.
Mordechai Anielewicz, was the commandant of the Z.O.B (It's an acronym for "Jewish Fighting Organization" in Polish). The Z.O.B helped Jews fight back against SS troops during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Hitler commanded the SS army to destroy the ghettos. Buildings were left to burn by the SS army and they demolished many synagogues in Warsaw. Jews would walk in the streets of Warsaw and see their own people laying dead on the ground. It started in Warsaw, Poland in the 1940's, when Jewish people revolted under Nazi occupation against there deportation to extermination camps. There were hundreds of people in the Warsaw ghetto ready to fight, adults and even children, armed with handguns, gasoline bottles and a few other weapons that had been smuggled into the ghetto by the resistance fighters.Jews fought the soldiers of the SS army for days until the fighting orginizations lost all its leaders and, on April 29, 1943, the remaining fighters escaped the ghetto and relocated to another area. This event marked the end of the organized resistance, and of the significant fighting.

This all is like a time when our country faced differences between the north and the south. Nazi flag Confederates states of America Do you see anything thats different between the two flags? No, they both show hate.
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