73 Years Later, Warsaw’s Uprising is Remembered

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The Ghettos. The survivors who lived in them remember them as a vividly as if they were still there. To some degree, they still are. Parts of them will never really leave the horrors they witnessed when the Nazis under Adolph Hitler sealed off sections of Warsaw, Poland to create a concentration camp on-the-fly. Nearly 500,000 Jews had been confined in the ghetto with barely enough food and water to serve less than half that population. Disease and starvation were rampant and the daily transports to the Treblinka concentration camp gave the residents little hope for survival. “So you lived …

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