Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust: A Conversation with Dr. Wolf Gruner | Facing History & Ourselves
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Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust: A Conversation with Dr. Wolf Gruner

In this webinar, Dr. Wolf Gruner discussed Jewish resistance during the Holocaust.



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The Holocaust

In this webinar, Dr. Wolf Gruner highlighted forgotten acts of individual defiance during the Holocaust. He examined protests from German and Austrian Jews in Nazi Germany, challenging the traditional portrayal of Jewish passivity during the Holocaust. This event covered Jewish refusal to accept violence, and expanded the concept of resistance.

We are grateful to The Hammer Family for supporting the development of our on-demand learning and teaching resources.

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Dr. Wolf Gruner


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