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Auschwitz Memorial Aug 2
2 August 1943 | Jewish prisoners at the German extermination center launched a successful revolt. Over 200 escaped, ca. half of them survived the war.
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Jeffrey Guterman Aug 2
On this date August 2 in 1943, Jewish prisoners revolted at , a Nazi death camp where about 900,000 persons were murdered in less than 18 months. Picture: Photograph by Franciszek Ząbecki of burning Treblinka II perimeter during the prisoner uprising.
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Sebastian Kowalski 🇵🇱🇬🇷 Jul 27
Replying to @HolocaustMuseum
That is important hidden history of Jewish in
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Holocaust Museum Houston Aug 2
in 1943, hundreds of prisoners of rushed the main gate in an attempt to escape, with more than 300 succeeding. Unfortunately, the majority of those who escaped were eventually found and killed by German SS and police.
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AJC Central Europe Aug 2
in 1943 a revolt broke out in . Jewish prisoners fought for their lives in the Nazi German death camp. Almost 300 managed to escape, only 100 survived, others were tracked & killed by the SS. We honor their courage and remember the 800k Jews murdered at Treblinka.
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Bildungswerk Stanislaw Hantz May 6
Support and share the crowdfunding campaign to support Museum in Treblinka. via
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Institute of National Remembrance Aug 16
On 16 August 1943, when the set about liquidating the , the underground led by Mordechai Tenenbaum revolted. 400 insurgents with few weapons stood no chance – and the ghetto population died in .
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Irek Tuniewicz Aug 9
Janusz was a Polish-Jewish pedagogue who developed innovative methods of educating children, treating them as small adults. He had the chance to survive the holocaust but decided to stay with the children in the orphanage he ran. He died with them at in 1942.
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AJC Central Europe Aug 6
The legacy of Janusz (b. Henryk Goldszmit) - Warsaw-born 🇵🇱 Jewish author, doctor, teacher who perished in 1942 in death camp - has been carried through generations. marked the anniv. of his death w/ a special commemoration.
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René Cassin Aug 2
Gypsies were murdered alongside the Jews everywhere, not just in and - Waldemar Kalinin at the commemoration at the Hyde Park Holocaust Memorial
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David Harris Feb 14
Veteran journalist said Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was aimed at both Poles & Nazi Germans. No! Jewish fighters battled Germans. To be clear: Germany occupied 1939-1945; built , , & other death camps; & murdered 3m. Polish Jews.
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The First News Aug 2
Launched on August 2, 1943, in about 30 minutes of violence and mayhem around 300 prisoners managed to find their way through the barbwire to freedom. Among the 63 who survived was Samuel Willenberg.
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Institute of National Remembrance Aug 8
On 5 or 6 August 1942 (the exact date isn’t known), during the in the , a Polish-Jewish educator and children’s author marched with the children from his orphanage to the . From there they were sent to and gassed.
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Michael den Hoet Jul 22
Replying to @AuschwitzMuseum
It was three years ago that the last surviving prisoner of died. For those who understand german: This was the obituary I wrote about Samuel Willenberg - pars pro toto for the vicitms of the shoah/holocaust. May their legacy not be forgotten!
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Institute of National Remembrance Aug 2
76 years ago, on 2 August 1943, the imprisoned in revolted. Having broken into an armoury and stolen weapons, they set fire to the camp buildings and tried to break out. About 200 managed to do so, out of whom 70 survived the war.
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Ilanit Chernick Aug 5
On August 5, 1942, was murdered in together with the 200 orphans he looked after... today, 77 years later we remember his legacy.
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Ash Music-PDX,OR Aug 12
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Smadar Shapira 🇮🇱 Aug 15
Replying to @MercyBangkok
The named one of their schools after Janusz , the well known Polish-Jewish educator who protected his orphans and was murdered with them in in 1942. I was touched to see such a living memory of his legacy here in
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Auschwitz Memorial Jul 22
22 July 1942 | The Germans in the General Government began the liquidation of the . During the so-called Grossaktion Warschau that lasted until 21 September around 260,000 were deported to extermination center.
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