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It served as a symbol of anti-Nazi resistance that inspired Jews in prison camps.

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the uprising , was a true test of the allies

as the british wanted to supply the uprising by air and needed the russians permission which was not granted and was strongly denied

as the soviets , did not want a free Poland after the war

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The Holocaust had no effect on the outcome of World War 2.

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The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising had no demonstrable 'impact on the outcome of' World War 2. In the context of the war it was a very small scale affair.

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Jewish resistance of the Nazi Germany that occupied Poland during world war 2

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because over 350 000 people had already been taken, the rest were sure that those who had gone had been killed, so it was better to die fighting rather than be 'put down'.

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What camp did the Warsaw Uprising occur in?

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising didn't actually occur in a camp. It occurred in the Warsaw Ghetto. For more on the Warsaw Ghetto, check out the link below. Also - please don't confuse the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April 1943 with the much bigger Warsaw Uprising of 1944.


When did the Warsaw ghetto uprising end?

1942


What was the largest Jewish ghetto uprising?

Warsaw - it was also the largest ghetto.


What was the ghetto uprising?

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What year did the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising take place?

The Warsaw Ghetto was established between October to November 1940. This ghetto would be the first uprising during World War Two with the 1943 Warsaw Uprising.


How long was the Warsaw uprising?

The 1944 Warsaw uprising lasted from August 1 to October 2. The 1943 Warsaw ghetto uprising lasted a month, April 19 - May 16.


When was the Jewish resistance in Warsaw ghetto?

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising took place in May-June 1943. There had been some resistance earlier.


Who rescued the Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto?

Nobody. There was no rescue from the Warsaw Ghetto and it was completely destroyed by the Nazis during the uprising of April-May 1943.


Is the Warsaw Ghetto still there?

No, the Warsaw Ghetto was mostly destroyed during World War II. Today, there is a memorial on the site of the former ghetto.


Were Nazi's killed during Warsaw Ghetto uprising?

Yes, many were.


In which city did the residents of a ghetto stage a brave uprising in 1943?

Warsaw.


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