Bialystok Samantha crowley, GracIe rabon, bryson Dubose

D. What Kind Of Work? Forced-labor enterprise for the German war effort, primarily in large textile, shoe, and chemical factories established within its boundaries.

E. Where? Capital of Bezirk Bialystok district of German occupied Poland.

F. Open or Closed? Open.

A. 50,00 Jews

B. In 1943 the 10,00 Bialystok Jews were deported to the Treblinka killing center. Germans mounted an operation to destroy the ghetto.

The ghetto was maintained by the Jewish council who organized work.

G. Jews were forbidden from any contact but in terms of food and medical supplies were controlled by the Nazis.

H. This ghetto saw the second largest uprising against Nazi rule: several hundred Jews Nazis in the ghetto. They had five pistols and one Archie gun they smuggled into the ghetto. It lasted s few days until they ren out of ammunition. Most of the people in the ghetto were sent to extermination camps and 1200 kids went to a concentration. Amp to work and then got sent to Auschuitz. Some people got out and joined e Poles to fight against the Nazi's.

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