Warsaw Ghetto Uprisin

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Warsaw Ghetto Uprisin
Part of Warld War II an the Holocaust
Stroop Report - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 06b.jpg
Photo frae Jürgen Stroop's report tae Heinrich Himmler frae Mey 1943 an ane o the best-kent picturs o Warld War II.
The oreeginal German caption reads: "Forcibly pulled oot o dug-oots."
Date19 Aprile 1943 – 16 Mey 1943
LocationWarsaw Ghetto, General Govrenment
52°14′46″N 20°59′45″E / 52.24611°N 20.99583°E / 52.24611; 20.99583Coordinates: 52°14′46″N 20°59′45″E / 52.24611°N 20.99583°E / 52.24611; 20.99583
Result German victory
Belligerents
Commanders an leaders
Strenth
Daily average o 2,090 includin 821 Waffen-SS Aboot 600[1] ŻOB an aboot 400[2] ŻZW fichters, plus a nummer o Pols fichters
Casualties an losses
At least 17 killed, 93 woondit (German figurs) About 13,000 killed, 56,885 deportit, maistly ceevilians (German estimate)
Accordin tae Stroop's unoffeecial accoont, 71,000 fowk in aw war killed or deportit. The 16 killed on the German side dinna include Jewish forced collaborators.

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprisin (Yiddish: אױפֿשטאַנד אין װאַרשעװער געטאָ‎; Pols: powstanie w getcie warszawskim; German: Aufstand im Warschauer Ghetto) wis the 1943 act o Jewish resistance that arose within the Warsaw Ghetto in German-occupied Poland during Warld War II, an which opponed Nazi Germany's final effort tae transport the remainin Ghetto population tae Treblinka extermination camp.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Guttman, John (March 2000). "World War II: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising". World War II Magazine. Retrieved 2 May 2012. 
  2. Rp.pl (2008-04-18). "Zapomniani żołnierze ŻZW" (in Pols). rp.pl. Retrieved 2012-11-07.