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The Holocaust: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Year 10 History

Resources in Oliver

Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies.  Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.

Jewish Virtual Library

In 1942, Hitler decided to liquidate the ghettos and, within 18 months, had the more than two million Jews who’d survived the ghettos deported to death camps. 

You Tube

On April 19, 1943. 13,000 Jews were killed in the ghetto during the uprising - some 6,000 among them were burnt alive or died from other causes. The Germans had planned to liquidate the Warsaw ghetto in three days, but the heroic ghetto fighters held out for more than a month.

Subtitles- "There was no hope" is an educational film about Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. It is produced by the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews within the frame of the Jewish Cultural Heritage program.

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history.com

             

From April 19 to May 16, 1943, during World War II (1939-45), residents of the Jewish ghetto in Nazi-occupied Warsaw, Poland, staged an armed revolt against deportations to extermination camps.

Britannica

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, resistance by Polish Jews under Nazi occupation in 1943 to the deportations from Warsaw to the Treblinka extermination camp. The revolt began on April 19, 1943, and was crushed four weeks later, on May 16.

My Jewish Learning

Some groups of Jews organized to fight the Nazis.