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Jewish school-boy Dov Levin gave this photo to his girlfriend as a keepsake before leaving the ghetto to join the partisans.

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Jewish partisans in action during the August 1944 insurrection in the south of France. French Jewish partisans participated in the liberation of southwestern France, fighting with General de Gaulle’s underground units.

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Eta Wrobel helped organize an exclusively Jewish partisan unit of close to eighty people. Her unit stole most of their supplies, slept in cramped quarters, and had no access to medical attention.

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Letter from General Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Allied forces, to all Belgian partisans.

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Brenda Senders a Jewish Polish partisan. Her partisan unit conducted ambushes, occupied villages, blew up bases, bridges, and train tracks.

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Joseph and Irene Greenblatt. Joseph, met his wife in the Warsaw ghetto where they were married. Joseph and Irene were both a part of the Warsaw uprising and escaped the ghetto, becoming partisans in the surrounding area.

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A sketch by Jewish partisan Eugenio Gentilli-Tedeschi done while serving in his unit. The sketch "shows a funeral of a partisan fallen during combat. His name was Giorgio Elter. He had participated in an assault on a roadblock in Aosta. The expeditio

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A Jewish partisan in the Italian First Alpine Division, Harry Burger used his fluency in German to interrogate captured soldiers. One of the division’s most important tasks was the sabotage of German electric capabilities in Northern Italy, where the dest

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Faye Schulman, partisan fighter and photographer, with commander on a boat as they head off on a mission that would lead them near Nazi areas. Photo taken by fellow partisan.

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A self-portrait of photographer Julia Diament Pirotte. Pirotte grew up in a working class Jewish family in Warsaw. In the 1930's she emigrated to Belgium, where she married and studied photography. After the German occupation of Belgium and the depor

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