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Not -- troops would destroying the -- -- ghetto putting down an up rising.
In the ghetto which walls home to some 400000.
-- Jews during some of the darkest days.
Although world war two and in fact on May sixteenth.
-- destruction of the Warsaw -- culminated.
With those not -- troops destroying -- the great synagogue within the Warsaw -- there is a fascinating new book.
Act -- back those times it is called the Warsaw -- every day life and resistance and it's all.
Doctor Andrea -- joins us in the studio -- doctor low is that the institute for the study.
Of modern history in Munich great to have you here in the studio where -- don't.
Thank you very much first of all war -- -- why this bulk -- now.
Was you just mentioned but -- -- -- really off the uprising in the north and gets old.
Calm everybody's talking about the uprising known default on can systems but we wanted to solos but so many people in that gets old.
Let's talk let us load but didn't hide the content palms but this -- that went up more than 400000 people in the muscle itself.
And this -- have kind of everyday life and that's what we writing about.
I think the -- gets to look to me and it has always been a fascinating.
Part of war the way that.
Victims innocent victims just carry home.
-- the most disastrous dire circumstances they find the will to just keep going about every day life and that's that's a good one of the greatest parts of this I think that the the details of everyday life -- that expand a little bit on the half they didn't get behind.
Yeah I mean this is -- cementing people who have dying people and they hung -- -- this stuff out.
But that didn't give up and Dave next on Sunday -- -- -- his -- school was platoon them.
The company wanted to teach the kid London there's a different way it -- that this event -- woods.
And that's it's worth living.
And I am established a great systems have had -- thing.
The status kitchens and hospital doesn't have anything to try to get on them a -- -- will also get someone that looked confident that we -- also -- Because people who desperately needed tool to somehow escaped from this.
I'm from those and vitamins and left post and defend and it's really fascinating embed documented everything they love -- -- if they -- to -- -- future generations about how they -- that's.
We've added there was I was reading is -- -- that the heat didn't the food supplies that they were allowed to happen officially.
Will not even remotely adequate for life and that -- little teams of kids would go out during the day find food and bring it back for everybody.
Yeah if that's so fascinating the mock them the amount of pooled them the supplies that -- into the schedule what's next to a hundred three on that kind of -- day.
So nobody could live from those who -- is set -- -- don't -- try to get into the let -- -- influence have you been -- Jewish -- And Smart and it's Smart -- -- dense -- that's a medicine and everything and if they would have caught.
The German troops were to implement one so a bit -- you -- that -- And then convict him to get through with some -- and what's the part of our family we just -- -- I think they're doing what's it.
Was it wrong -- what that would Zurich the particular group leadership group that took these decisions how was it wrong politically speaking -- And to the -- all the decision to limit of the German.
And then within the scheduled about the -- collection was -- so -- com.
And the discounts would have had to organize tonight from the gets -- So although I am organized split a socialist.
-- coolest though the US housing work left that's -- important.
Who -- this -- -- organized but then it gets old financial Wisconsin.
But all of them thought the systems limit that the dominant in this very important to -- because there was -- issue that -- million.
Huge discussion about politics Wisconsin's nick that's up for the long and she was -- then -- Quinn Edmonton to tone spots on the importance of the system -- in the.
It's it's it's a choice between it's a balance I guess that they they have to face daily.
I'd tell how much extent do you collaborate which has become a -- -- but you you you go along to get along to survive.
And how much you resist for your own dignity as well it's a terrible position be in every single -- -- -- -- Oh yes definitely and this is that kind of mission as we did that but for those they cooperated because they wanted to prevent us.
And the moment -- and -- -- also chairman of the Wisconsin and I don't have a miracle for.
He owned committed suicide at the very moment she was all that's organize the quotations -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They wanted to use him to -- -- people to death he commits to things.
Briefly I I have to I have to move on to two congressman we have -- by the briefly what is the message all the bulk.
For those of us who -- thinking about situations of war today he did nothing is is comparable.
But -- for people living -- such appalling circumstances in Syria in so many other countries what's.
How could say what's the method I mean not -- -- showing a book keeping on of his circumstance of he had been totally different ways of Valdosta excellent.
Who that's that can be made renminbi isn't a choice and it didn't choice to -- the choice don't have to fight.
Yeah and the choice to carry on the Internet traditions -- -- you know -- difficult times -- of course is very -- what.
Well it's a fascinating book it's easy not German right now -- can get it at Amazon.
Dot -- dot.
I hope so cool I'm just looking book publishing house okay well we hope -- decision he will bring you wanna.
I don't have a real story of these street for the study of modern history in -- wonderful to talk to it's a fascinating look at thank you for sharing with us -- -- -- much.
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