Rescue and Resistance

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  • Rescue and Resistance
  • Rescue in Denmark
  • Ghetto is destroyed uprising ends
  • Richard Samie Angelique Tora
  • Jewish Partisans
  • Millions of people watched silently while the Jews were being deported. Denmark was the only country that resisted the Nazi attempts to deport the Jews. Most Jews survived the Danish Rescue.
  • Killing Center Revolts
  • May 16, 1943 - The Germans blew up the Great Synagogue which showed that the uprising was now over and that the ghetto would now be destructed. The ghetto was burned down one building at a time.
  • The End
  • Some Jews who managed to escape from ghettos and camps formed their own fighting units Many Jews participated in the partisan units formed in France and Italy to help regular allied forces defeat German forces Hannah Senesh, a Hungarian Jew was one of the thirty-two Palestinian parachutists the british dropped behind German lines to organize resistance and rescue efforts and then the next day she had died
  • The Warsaw Ghetto uprising inspired several other revolts in other ghettos and killing centers. Even though the people resisting would lose the chose to die fighting
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