Examples Of Resistance In The Warsaw Ghetto

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A second form of resistance displayed in the Warsaw Ghetto were the writers. Every day people wrote down their experiences, stories, and the things they witnessed. The goal of these writers was to let future generations know what had happened to them, “for the future tribunal after the War, which will hold the guilty responsible.” (How the Writers Fought Back, 339) The speaker of the above quote was a man who was mentioned earlier, Emanuel Ringelblum. He was responsible for creating a secret society called the “Warsaw Ghetto Secret Archive”. The codename for this group was “Oneg Shabbes” which translates into “enjoyment of the Sabbath” since the society brought their collected material together and met on Saturdays. They encouraged anyone who

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