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Refuse To Go Quietly: Jewish Survival Tactics During The Holocaust, John D. Caraveo May 2016

Refuse To Go Quietly: Jewish Survival Tactics During The Holocaust, John D. Caraveo

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During World War Two, the European Jewish population was faced with this during Shoah (the Holocaust). From Kristallnacht in November 1938 to the collapse of the Nazi Regime in May 1945, they relied heavily on each other and their instincts to discover ways to survive while in the ghettos, labor camps, and partisan units, if they managed to escape and head for the forests. Even with some Jews turning on their own to help the Nazis, the vast majority stuck together and did everything they could to persist and survive. While only two uprisings were viewed as successes, the ghetto ...