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The Warsaw Ghetto and Uprising

A Documentary History of the Holocaust

by Jeri Freedman

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The German invasion of Poland in 1939 gave the Nazis the opportunity to implement their master plan to eliminate Europe's Jews. Part of the plan encompassed confining the Jews in a restricted area of Warsaw to make their survival difficult, followed by mass transportation of survivors to concentration camps, where they were killed. The Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto did not go quietly to their deaths but engaged in armed resistance. This riveting volume describes the ghetto's daily life—the people's extraordinary efforts to survive under horrendous circumstances—and the events that led to the uprising and the ghetto's 1943 destruction.

Publication Details

Publisher:
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Imprint:
Rosen Young Adult
Publication Date:
2014
Series:
A Documentary History of the Holocaust

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