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Combattantes du ghetto de Varsovie insurgé.

Women Jewish resistance fighters captured by the Germans during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, among them Malka Zdrojewicz (right), who survived Majdanek extermination camp.

A Jewish insurgent is captured by German soldiers during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 (b/w photo)

Battle of honour: A Jewish rebel is seen leaving a house surrounded by German soldiers inside the Warsaw Ghetto, during the uprising that peaked during April and May 1943

Link to Oneg Shabbat hidden archive from Warsaw ghetto. Includes personal diaries, photos, letters, drawings. This photos is of children being helped through a hole in the perimeter wall through which they smuggled food

Link to Oneg Shabbat hidden archive from Warsaw ghetto. This photos is of children being helped through a hole in the perimeter wall through which they smuggled food

Two Jewish partisans during the uprising before liberation. Marseille, France, August 1944.

World Jewish Congress - Warsaw Ghetto uprising: Poland honors Jewish fighers

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Mordechai Anielewicz: Leader of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

SS troops guard members of the Jewish resistance captured during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The original German caption reads: "Bandits!

SS Troops SS troops guard members of the Jewish resistance captured during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The original German caption reads: "Bandits!

A young Jew is interrogated by the SS in Warsaw [note all members are Wehrmacht officers] Dachau KZ: Warsaw Concentration Camp Part 1

Bajla Gelblung, Jewish woman wearing a Polish uniform, is interrogated by Wehrmacht soldiers after being capturated near Brest-Litovsk, September 1939 (photo taken by Heinz Boesig)

Warsaw Ghetto inhabitants hide in a bunker. The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (April 19-May 16, 1943) was the twenty day battle initiated by the Jewish fighting forces in Warsaw when German troops entered the ghetto to begin the final round of deportations. Photo credit: Archiwum Akt Nowych

Warsaw Ghetto inhabitant`s hide in a bunker . The day battle - initiated by the Jewish fighting force`s - in Warsaw - when German troop`s entered the ghetto , to begin the final round of deportation`s - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - April 19 / May 16 1943

Powstaniec Warszawski 1944.

[Photo] Polish resistance fighter Roman Marchel posing with a captured MP 40 submachine gun during the Warsaw Uprising, Ciepla Street, Warsaw, Poland, 20 Aug 1944

Jewish Ordnungsdienst warsaw ghetto

Jewish Ordnungsdienst warsaw ghetto

Jewish children in the Warsaw ghetto, Poland. Warsaw ghetto was the biggest and worst ghetto during WWII

How are real governments to get rid of ghetto? In America, I've seen blacks keep in it for reasons I can't compose. Jewish children in the Warsaw ghetto, Poland. Warsaw ghetto was the biggest and worst ghetto during WWII

Warsaw Uprising, October 1944: Exhausted Polish fighters emerge from their hiding places after the battle has been lost. Most of them would take the road to concentration camps. Although the exact number of casualties remains unknown, it is estimated that about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 Polish civilians died, mostly from mass executions.

Warsaw Uprising, October Exhausted Polish fighters emerge from their…

Jews surrender to the SS soldiers at the end of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Museum of the History of Polish Jews will open in Warsaw in 2013

Jewish Families Surrender to the SS Jewish families surrender to the SS during the suppression of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. The original German caption reads: "Smoking out the Jews and bandits.

Public Domain: Women Prisoners During the Destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, 1943 (NARA)

Women prisoners taken during the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland, 1943., ca. 1945 - ca. 1946
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