Thwarting the Nazis

Former Jewish partisan Aron Bell discusses the various acts of sabotage that partisan groups performed against the Nazis.

Transcript (Text)

Look, if you go from one city to the other; somewhere along the line there has to be a bridge, or a train, right? That the Nazis use. You go, you burn up the bridge; you go, you sabotage the railroad. Or if they were accumulating cows for their food, you'd go and burn up their food. Like a terrorist group—hit and run. The partisans (not only the Jewish partisans, but also the Russian partisans), they gave them a hell of a time, to the Nazis, absolutely. [The Nazis] could not roam around freely; they had to go in groups.

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