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In 1935 the Nuremburg Laws were released… Jews aren't citizens but still subjects of the Reich and under their control.In 1936, the community house was packed with people utilizes its services. Sewing old clothes to look new, learning new trades forwork even previously retired, etc.The oldest daughter was forced to sit alone in the back of the classroom.In May of 1937, they fled to Holland…Anna Heilman and Rose MethIn AuschwitzAnna Heilman:She and her family never lived in a ghetto.They worked in the making parts for bombs factory. They smuggled small amounts of gunpowder to Jewish resistance groups.When there were searches, they pulled the tiny string to release the powder onto the floor behind them. There were about 7-8girls in the resistance group. They were friends. They all worked. They decided to give the powder to someone that worked in thecrematoria prepping resistance.They blew it up. They didn’t escape. In January they went on the death march. Walking in thick snow. Her camp number equivalentto "chai" in Hebrew, meant life. Her friend told her she would live.. She did. She was liberated and in a hospital to treat her viasurgery.THIS SHOWS RESISTANCE AS A JEWISH RESPONSE.Rose Meth:In 1939, the Nazis occupied Poland, her family tried to escape. They were caught. Her father was forced to clean Nazi carriages. Hisshoes were ruined. As a result, she tried to purchase him shoes. A Polish shop keeper denounced her and she was imprisoned for 6months.They ended up living in a ghetto. In 1943 towards the end of the liquidation of the ghetto, she and her sisters were deported toAuschwitz.
Exam Prep.- Discussion: April 24, 2018Primary Source Analysis- won't have to I.D. the authorSECTION 1Martha Appel memoir excerptsDate: Written in 1941 but taking place in the 30'sPurpose:Historical context:oPhase 1 of the Holocaust. German state is beginning to segregate.Talk about legislation.Talk about boycotts.Talk about forced or encouraged emigrationGender roles (how did this early phase effect women and men)Examine excerpt:oThis specific excerpt is talking about her social situation and how her family is impacted by Nazi laws. Shediscusses segregation.oTalk about this in the document as a whole: How does this also speak to Jewish resistance? She talks about theattempts to resist Nazi laws.oTalk about bystander reaction: neighbor behavior*Talk about major themes present in each…Abba Kovner's "Testimony on Wittenberg"Date: Dec. 1941/ Jan. 1942Purpose: wrote this call to arms for resistanceHistorical context: Phase 2Facing Death in the Bialystok GhettoAuthor is unknownDate:1943Purpose:resistance/ ghetto liquidation. Conversation within a resistance group. They're making a choice.

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