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The Jews And The Poles: Defending Themselves Against Extermination
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4 pages in length. In retrospect, was there any action that could have been taken by either the Jews or the Poles that would have materially affected the outcome of the final solution in occupied Poland? Inasmuch as neither the Jews nor the Poles were anywhere as military-savvy or desirous of war as were the Germans, it can be argued that there was truly little that could have been accomplished in order for these populations to avert such a massacre. The writer discusses why self-preservation was not a viable option for the Jews and the Poles. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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