Holocaust Resistance

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Holocaust Resistance

June, 1942


Kristallnacht: The Night of Broken GlassThe SS soldiers of Germany destroyed Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues in this nation-wide pogrom


Oct. 7, 1944

Dec. 7, 1941

Le Chambon Sur Lignon:A Protestant community in France begins to relocate and save what will be around 5000 Jews

Spring of 1943

Holocaust Resistance

Sept, 1940

Nov. 9-10, 1938

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Night and Fog Decree:An order issued by Hitler that allowed the SS to eliminate any people they thought "endangered german security"; many Jews disappeared in the night and were never seen again, they didn't even have time to pack

Jewish Committee of Defense:A branch of the Belgian underground, this organization hid thousands of Jews, created false identies for them, and actively sabotaged Nazi plans

The White Rose Resistance:Led by college students, this resistance condemned the anti-semitist nature of the war, encouraged uprisings in German factories, and infected many people with its bravery and liberality

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising:The largest ghetto uprising in WWII, this armed rebellion in the Warsaw Ghetto was a fierce month of fighting and death with large causualties

Death Camp Uprisings:Several ghetto uprisings commenced in 1943 at the Minsk-Mazowiecki, Janowska, Sobibor, Treblinka, and Bialystock camps to name a few

Auschwitz-Birkenau Rebellion:Crematorium laborers rebelled against SS guards, and the several hundred prisoners involved were murdered



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