This is getting suspicious. Too many people are being tested positive for typhus. We need a team to investigate.
Have some food!
See, here are a group of sick patients who have tested positive for typhus.
Couple of days later
Soon enough, Nazi inspectors were becoming suspicious. Very few people were actually dying of the disease.
Dr. Lazowski greeted the inspectors with a banquet of Polish food and drinks before showing them a group of sick patients.
Why is this event important?
The inspectors then came into the room with the group of sick patients. Dr. Lazowski convinced the inspectors the epidemic was real.
In the end, Dr. Lazowski's resistance was very successful. This is because Dr. Lazowksi, along with his partner, Dr. Matulewicz, were able to use the power of their career to create a false epidemic in order to prevent innocent Jews to being sent to concentration camps.
The false typhus epidemic created by Dr. Lazowski and his colleague Dr. Matulewicz is important because they were able to use their knowledge and career as a way to save thousands of innocent lives. They incorporated the use of the fear of disease among the Nazis in order to prevent additional Jews from being sent to concentration camps.