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FC: Resistance to Warsaw Ghetto | BY: Janira Fierro Lesly Alvarez Block C

1: Jew: A person of the people and cultural community whose traditional religion is Judaism and who trace their origins through the ancient Hebrew people of Israel | Star of David

2: German Governor-General Hans Frank | The Creation of the Warsaw Ghetto

3: The Warsaw Ghetto was established by the German Governor-General Hans Frank on October 16, 1940. It was estimated to be 400,000 people, about 30% of the population of Warsaw; however, the size of the Ghetto was about 2.4% of the size of Warsaw | The Warsaw Ghetto was located in Poland. | Jewish men forced to build the Warsaw's walls.

4: Warsaw Ghetto | A wall was put up surrounding all sides of the Jewish ghetto | Barbed wire and broken glass were fixed on top of the wall | Walls were guarded by Polish and Jewish police | The Warsaw ghetto was a large Jewish ghetto in Poland surrounded by a wall containing nearly 500,000 Jews.

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6: A very common disease in the ghetto, typhus. | A boy in the street dying. | The conditions in the Warsaw ghetto were terrible. What were supposed to be their homes, were filthy places. There was unemployment, diseases such as typhus, and starvation in this place. People only consumed 186 calories a day while the Germans consumed 2,000. | Conditions in the Ghetto

7: Boys having there only meal of the day. | Soup kitchens were built for the poor. | Kids in the street eating. | Many died from starvation

8: Jews having a good time by singing. | By preserving hope, Jews could preserve some normalcy. They held Educational Classes, Musical and Dramatic Performances, Planted Gardens, Physical and Spiritual Fitness,and Secret Newspapers were published. | Resistance | Jews fought back against the Germans by using dangerous weapons | RESISTANCE: The act of going against a person, idea, or belief.

9: A man protesting. | Jewish Synagogue. | Secret newspapers were published to inform inhabitants about Nazi plans.

10: The Jews fired grenades and bombs to the German tanks | Warsaw Uprising | The Jews and Nazis were in battle at Warsaw (April 1943)

11: Battle groups were under orders to resist to the last and if necessary commit suicide. Some of these groups were caught.

12: Warsaw Destruction | Jews tried to hide in bunkers below at Warsaw | Nazis destroyed many buildings at Warsaw | Synagogue at Warsaw was destroyed | The Germans angered began to destroy the ghetto.

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14: WARSAW HEROES | Malka-mania Alterman | Shmuel Braslav | Zivia Lubetkin | Tama Schneiderman

15: Mordechai Anielewitz | Tosia Altman | Maurycy Orzech | Marek Edelman | Itzack katzenelson | Hero: "An ordinary person who does the best of things at the worst of times-ALL the time" | "A million is a statistic, one life is a tragedy"

16: deathcamps.org ghwk.de History Alive Document: Response to Resistance In the Camps jewishvirtuallibrary.org sydney1996.glogster.com warsaw-life.com | Reference Page

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