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