The Nazis herded Warsaw's Jews into the Ghetto from where they were to be transported to extermination camps. Appallingly, the Jewish Ghetto administration rejected resistance and Jewish police helped load the trucks. But not all went passively.
This is an account of the great struggle of 1941-43, written by one of the leading members of the Jewish resistance organisation, the ZOB.
It is an heroic shout for solidarity against racism and anti-semitism that still thunders half a century later.