The surprising ways 3 women secretly fought the Nazis in Poland

Published Apr 05 2021 at 1:19 PM GMT
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  • After German dictator Adolf Hitler invaded Poland in September 1939, Nazis began segregating millions of Jews in Eastern Europe into sections of towns and cities designated "ghettos," eventually stripping inhabitants of their belongings and rights and sealing them in with barricades and armed guards.
  • In the Polish capital of Warsaw, home to the world's second-largest Jewish population before the war, Nazis established the largest of more than 1,000 ghettos set up around Europe.
  • They intentionally housed som.




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  • Published Apr 5, 2021 1:19 PM GMT