1943, Warsaw Ghetto uprising - Malka Zdrojewicz a Jewish resistance fighter captured after throwing Molotov Cocktails at German troops and smuggling weapons in her boots through sewers and into the ghetto
On this day in 1943, the Warsaw ghetto uprising broke out in earnest when Jews fought back against Nazi attempts to deport them to the Treblinka concentration camp. Although sadly defeated, it was the biggest armed Jewish rebellion against the fascists. Pictured are Jewish resistance fighters who were captured. Malka Zdrojewicz, right, survived the death camps.