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S: By. Caitlin S., Kyle M., Tres G.

BC: The End bye!!!!!

FC: Resistance of the Holocaust

1: Caitlin Steel, Tres Giles, Kyle Mahler

2: What actions were taken for prevention?

3: Kindertransport In 1938 and 1940 there were many rescue efforts for Jewish children to bring then to Great Britain. ('Kindertransport') The Kindertransport association favored the children who parents were in concentration camps or could not support them. Priority went to homeless and orphans. Children who were moved to Great Britain to live with a foster family. ('Kindertransport')

5: Did anyone take a stand against Nazism? Jewish Resistance against Nazism The Jewish people in the Ghettos and Camps would respond to Nazi oppression with various forms of spiritual resistance. The Jewish people would make many attempts to preserve the history of the Jewish people. ('Jewish Resistance')

6: Did the Jews attempt to revolt? White Rose | Leaders: Hans Scholl, Christoff Probst, and Alex Schmorell The summer of 1942 with political activity. Leaflets were worn as a sign of the resistance to Nazis. The idea of the leaflets was to get Germany to resist as well. When this got out of hand (for the Nazis) people were checked getting on trains for the sign of the white rose. Since females wore flowers as a fashion, they were looked over.(Wittenstein)

9: How and When? Jewish Resistance In Ghettos In the ghettos the Jewish people tried to revolt many times. As the SS officers would enter the ghettos in some efforts to revolt y the Jewish fighting organization and other Jewish groups would use hand gernades and small arms to fight of the Nazi tanks. ('Jewish Resistance')

11: When and how? Jewish Resistance In Camps The most forceful efforts of Jewish resistance was armed resistance. ('Jewish Resistance') For example in Treblinka in August, 1943 the prisoners stole weapons and tried to revolt against the SS troops. Their efforts did not work and all revolting prisoners were killed. ('Jewish Resistance')

13: Works Cited "Kindertransport." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 12 October, 2009. 4 May, 2009. "Jewish Resistance." Ushmm.org. 4, May 2009. 12, October 2009. Wittenstein, George. "White Rose Society." 12 October, 2009.

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