This day in Jewish history / Polish ghetto stages last-ditch revolt
Jewish fighters barricaded themselves in bunkers in Czestochowa, forcing the Germans to pursue them into the ghetto.
On June 26, 1943, as the final liquidation of the ghetto in the Polish city of Czestochowa got under way, the Organization of Jewish Fighters began a last-ditch but all-out demonstration of military resistance. The revolt ended with the killing or arrest of all the rebels, but not with the razing of the ghetto, which had several factories, for which additional Jews were brought in as laborers from another Polish...
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