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Several hundred incendiary bottles Infernal machines with fuses A large amount of explosives, ammunition for weapons of all calibers, including some machine-gun ammunition. Regarding the booty of arms, it must be taken into consideration that the arms themselves could in most cases not be captured, as the bandits and Jews would, before being arrested, throw them into hiding places or holes which could not be ascertained or discovered.
The smoking out of the dug-out by our men, also often made the search for arms impossible. As the dug-outs had to be blown up at once, a search later on was out of the question. The captured hand grenades, ammunition, and incendiary bottles were at once reused by us against the bandits.
State of the Ghetto at the termination of the large-scale operation: Apart from 8 buildings Police Barracks, hospital, and accommodations for housing working-parties the former Ghetto is completely destroyed. Only the dividing walls are left standing where no explosions were carried out.
But the ruins still contain a vast amount of stones and scrap material which could be used.
Sporadic resistance continued and the last skirmish took place on 5 June between Germans and a holdout group of armed Jews without connections to the resistance organizations.
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Bonifraterska 12 in Warsaw. Of the remaining 50, residents, almost all were captured and shipped to Majdanek and Treblinka. The former Jewish quarter of Warsaw is no longer in existence.
The large-scale action was terminated at Total number of Jews dealt with 56, including both Jews caught and Jews whose extermination can be proved.
Apart from 8 buildings police barracks, hospital, and accommodations for housing working-parties the former Ghetto is completely destroyed. These figures did not include Jewish collaborators, but did include the " Trawniki men " and Polish police under his command.
For propaganda purposes, the official announcement claimed the German casualties to be only a few wounded, while propaganda bulletins of the Polish Underground State announced that hundreds of occupiers had been killed in the fighting. Total of 19, Jews reported caught 24 April: Total of 27, Jews caught 26 April: Total of 29, Jews captured 27 April: Total of 31, Jews caught 28 April: Total of 33, Jews caught 29 April: Total of 37, Jews caught 1 May: Total of 38, Jews caught; killed outside the Ghetto 2 May: Total of 40, Jews caught 3 May: Total of 41, Jews caught 4 May: Total of 44, Jews caught 5 May:The articles cover various types of ghetto writing, ranging from ghetto fiction in the tradition of Leopold Kompert and Karl Emil Franzos, to diaries, travelogues, autobiography, and even contemporary German HipHop and Rap yunusemremert.com: Anne Fuchs.
Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries ghetto fiction played an important part in the expression of a particularly German-Jewish quest for identity.
The volume Ghetto Writing takes the occasion of the th anniversary of the publication of Leopold. The volume Ghetto Writing takes the occasion of the th anniversary of the publication of Leopold Fresh articles about a much neglected genre, fiction from and about the Jewish ghetto.
She peppers her writing with her larger-than-life personality, sharing her. The articles cover various types of ghetto writing, ranging from ghetto fiction in the tradition of Leopold Kompert and Karl Emil Franzos, to diaries, travelogues, autobiography, and even contemporary German HipHop and Rap lyrics.