Disarmed, starved, overworked and surrounded by electrified barbed wire fences or ghetto walls, Jews caught in the Nazi Holocaust nonetheless fought back against tremendous odds throughout Europe. In the Sobibor, Poland, death camp, half of the 600 Jewish slaves escaped past the machine gun guard towers and minefields. In the Warsaw Ghetto, Jews armed with rifles and homemade Molotov cocktails held out for weeks against overwhelming German forces as the Nazi commander cried, "The Jews have weapons!"
Join us at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday July 5, 12, 19, and 26 at the Al Katz Center
Cost: $7 per adult; $3 per student; healthy foods and discussion materials included.