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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Mordechaj Anielewicz
On September 7, 1939, a week after the German invasion of Poland, Anielewicz escaped with his members of the group from Warsaw to the eastern regions in the hopes that the Polish would slow down the German advance.
In the summer of 1942, Anielewicz was visiting the southwest region of Poland – annexed to Germany – attempting to organize armed resistance.
This initial incident of armed resistance was a prelude to the Warsaw ghetto uprising that commenced on April 19 and fought the German troops until its suppression on May 16, 1943.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Mordechaj_Anielewicz   (592 words)

  
  Mordechaj Anielewicz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mordechai Anielewicz (1919–1943) was the commander of the Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa (English: Jewish Fighting Organization), also known as ŻOB, during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
In the summer of 1942, Anielewicz was visiting in the south-west region of Poland, annexed to Germany, trying to organize armed defense.
Anielewicz committed suicide, along with his girlfriend and many of his staff, in the ŻOB bunker at [18 Miła Street {for reference only copyrigthed] on May 8, once their capture by the Nazis was inevitable.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mordechaj_Anielewicz   (505 words)

  
 Mordechaj Anielewicz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mordechaj Anielewicz Mordechaj Anielewicz (1921?-1943) was the commander of the &379;ydowska Organizacja Bojowa (English: Jewish Fighting Organization, also known as &379;OB) during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
When the Soviet army finally occupied Eastern Poland, Anielewicz attempted to pass the Romanian border in order to open a route for young Jews to get to Israel; however, he was caught and thrown into a Soviet jail.
Anielewicz committed suicide, along with his wife and many of his staff, in the ZOB bunker at 18 Mi&322;a Street on May 8, 1943.
mordechaj-anielewicz.borgfind.com   (462 words)

  
 Grange ghetto home page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
It is named after Mordechaj Anielewicz, the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Anielewicz was born into a poor family in Warsaw in 1919 or 1920.
Anielewicz was appointed commander of the ZOB in November 1942.
warsawghetto.epixtech.co.uk /Anielwcz.htm   (319 words)

  
 Mordechaj Anielewicz - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mordechaj Anielewicz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mordechaj Anielewicz - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Mordechaj Anielewicz.
Mordechaj Anielewicz (1919,1920?-1943) was the commander of the Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa (English: Jewish Fighting Organization, also known as ŻOB) during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
When the Soviet army finally occupied Eastern Poland, Anielewicz attemted to pass the Romanian border in order to open a route for young Jews to get to Israel; however, he was caught and thrown into a Soviet jail.
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/Mordechaj-Anielewicz.html   (507 words)

  
 Hashomer Hatzair: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mordechaj Anielewicz (Mordechaj Anielewicz: mordechaj anielewicz (1919,1920?-1943) was the commander of the ydowska...
Other members of the movement were involved in Jewish resistance and rescue in Hungary (Hungary: A republic in central Europe), Lithuania (Lithuania: A republic in northeastern Europe on the Baltic Sea), Slovakia (Slovakia: A landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from the Czech Republic in 1993).
[follow hyperlink for more...]), Mordecai Anielewicz (Mordecai Anielewicz: mordechaj anielewicz (1919,1920?-1943) was the commander of the ydowska...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/hashomer_hatzair   (1083 words)

  
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Mordechaj Anielewicz was one of a number of Jews who had seen the Nazi persecution coming and had fled to Russia; unable to leave his own people, he returned and worked in the ghetto.
The different groups favouring armed resistance united under 24-year-old Mordechaj Anielewicz and prepared to resist.
When, in 1946, the people of Warsaw made a first monument to the uprising, it was in the form of a sewer-pipe and manhole cover.
www.johndclare.net /Nazi_Germany3_WarsawGhetto.htm   (2750 words)

  
 Pamięć Polski/ Memory of Poland/ Mémoire de la Pologne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mordechaj Anielewicz, born in 1919, was a leading member of the Zionist socialist youth movement Hashomer Hatza'ir.In the Ghetto, he worked for the Zionist underground press, and was the commander of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ŻOB), leading the Ghetto Uprising.
On May 8, 1943, seeing that the chance for escape was hopeless, he and his unit in the bunker at 18 Miła Street decided to fight to the death.
Mordechaj Szwarcbard, born in 1896, was a member of the Left Po'alei Zion.
cnap.polsl.pl /memory/ringelblum/index.php4?LN=en&KT=1&ID=1002720151   (3110 words)

  
 Mordechaj Anielewicz und der Aufstand im Warschauer Ghetto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Aber es gibt ein paar sehr gute Bekannte Mordechajs, die den Krieg überlebt haben, und diese heute in Israel lebenden Menschen habe ich interviewt.
Diese Einzelheiten über Mordechajs Leben, seinen Charakter, seine Träume - und es war nicht sein Traum zu sterben, wie von den Leuten behauptet wird, die ihn weniger gut oder fast gar nicht kannten - habe ich in diesem Buch zusammengetragen.
Ein lebendiges Bild von Mordechaj und vom Leben und Sterben der Juden in Polen unter der nationalsozialistischen Besatzung.
holocaust.juden-in-europa.de /ghetto/anielewicz.htm   (705 words)

  
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I have lived to see Jewish resistance in the Ghetto in all its greatness and glory.” The quote is at the end of a longer letter to Yitzhak Zuckerman, one of his unit commanders.
Compare and contrast the actual Mordechaj Anielewicz with Rapoport’s depiction of him in the memorial.
Compare and contrast the depiction of Shaw in the Shaw Memorial with the depiction of Mordechaj Anielewicz in the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial.
www.facinghistorycampus.org /Campus/Memorials.nsf/0/228CB4C57015402B85256E970070ADCF   (1139 words)

  
 Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The most critical event in strengthening the ZOB came when the Bundists, the Communists (Communists: A socialist who advocates communism) and a number of adult Zionist (Zionist: A Jewish supporter of Zionism) political parties banded together under the ZOB banner with Mordechaj Anielewicz (Mordechaj Anielewicz: mordechaj anielewicz (1919,1920?-1943) was the commander of the ydowska...
The first Jews the Germans rounded up included a number of ZOB fighters who had intentionally crept into the column of deportees.
Led by Mordechai Anielewicz (Mordechai Anielewicz: mordechaj anielewicz (1919,1920?-1943) was the commander of the ydowska...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/zydowska_organizacja_bojowa   (1703 words)

  
 WriteSight.com: Bringing writers and publishers together! Writing exposure.
Instead of an easy victory, the Nazis were shocked to find that the weakened and starving Jews, led by 23-year-old Mordechaj Anielewicz, rose up and fought back.
The fact that Hitler’s granite was used to honor the uprising of the very group of people he sought to eliminate is an eloquent symbol.
Inevitably, the Ghetto Uprising ended tragically: on May 8, Anielewicz, his girlfriend and his mother, along with the 70-80 remaining resistance fighters, all took their own lives in the group’s headquarters at ul.
www.writesight.com /writers/warsawmichelle/article.php?article=3322   (1383 words)

  
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I have lived to see Jewish resistance in the Ghetto in all its greatness and glory.” The quote is at the end of a longer letter to Yitzhak Zuckerman, one of his unit commanders.
The central figure, facing forward with his right arm bent before him, is meant to be Mordechaj Anielewicz.
Compare and contrast the depiction of Shaw in the Shaw Memorial with the depiction of Mordechaj Anielewicz in the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial.
www.facinghistory.org /campus/memorials.nsf/0/228CB4C57015402B85256E970070ADCF   (1148 words)

  
 Mordechaj Anielewicz - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Mordechaj Anielewicz - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Mordechaj Anielewicz (1919-1943) was the commander of the ZOB (Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa, Jewish Fighting Organization) during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
As a leader of the Zionist-socialist youth group Hashomer Hatzair, he was involved in smuggling people out of occupied Europe, but returned to the Ghetto to fight the transportation of Jews to Treblinka.
www.music.us /education/M/Mordechaj-Anielewicz.htm   (326 words)

  
 Dia-pozytyw: ORGANIZATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS, FOUNDATIONS
The Mordechaj Anielewicz Center for the Research and Teaching of the History and Culture and Jews in Poland was founded in 1990 on the basis of an agreement between the University of Warsaw and the Jack Fliderbaum Foundation.
The driving force behind the Anielewicz Center was Professor Jerzy Tomaszewski, who was its director until his retirement in 2001.
In 2001, thanks to the efforts of Professor Antoni Kruszewski and Isaac Kotkowski, the Irena Grabowska Kruszewska and Enta Marmelstein Kotkowska Fund was established at the Center to support publications by young historians and students.
www.diapozytyw.pl /en/site/organizacje/centrum_anielewicza   (312 words)

  
 Ghetto and Jewish Life- Warsaw, Poland - VirtualTourist.com
The Bunker Monument at 18 Mila Street is where the Ghetto Uprising was coordinated by Mordechaj Anielewicz who committed suicide along with his girlfriend and many staff on the 8th May by blowing up the bunker.
Anielewicz was involved in the first armed resistance on the 18th January 1943 by preventing Jews from being sent to extermination camps.
Even when their commander Mordechaj Anielewicz and other leaders of the uprising committed suicide having been surrounded by the Nazis in their bunker in Mila St (now Dubois 18), the fighting continued.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Poland/Wojewodztwo_Mazowieckie/Warsaw-468976/Things_To_Do-Warsaw-Ghetto_and_Jewish_Life-R-1.html   (1592 words)

  
 The official website of the City of Warsaw
On 19 April 1943 the increase of mass executions confirmed the intentions of the Nazis.
The insurgents were led by the ŻOB Commander Mordechaj Anielewicz, the German troops – by SS general Jürgen Strop.
The scuffles of small groups of Jews hidden in the ruins lasted till the end of June.
www.e-warsaw.pl /new/index.php?dzial=aktualnosci&ak_id=462&kat=3   (650 words)

  
 LNT Poland - Polish Jews in World War II
Fighters of the Jewish Combat Organization, under the command of Mordechaj Anielewicz, together with those of the Jewish Military Union, had a well developed network of bunkers and fortifications.
The site of the bunker on Mila Street,where the chief staff of the Jewish Combat Organization committed suicide (in order not to fall into enemy hands) together with M. Anielewicz (whose name is borne by one of the surrounding streets) is marked by a commemorative stone slab engraved in Polish, Yiddish, and Hebrew.
The Memorial of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto is located on a square which was once the site of one the main bunkers of the Jewish Combat Organization.
www.cyberroad.com /poland/jews_ww2.html   (1960 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Rabbi of Warsaw said Kaddish, and next those gathered, among them Marek Edelman, the last surviving commander of the Ghetto fighters, marched to the nearby Umschlagplatz, the site of a railway loading ramp from which Jews from the Ghetto had been deported to death camps during the Nazi occupation of Poland.
On their way the participants in the ceremonies paid tribute at commemorative plaques to the memory of Jewish heroes, Szmul Zygelbojm, member of the National Council at the wartime Polish government in exile, and the Jewish fighters with commander Mordechaj Anielewicz, who committed suicide when the armed struggle was lost.
Flowers were also laid and candles lit at the monuments to Jewish fighters at the Jewish cemetery in Warsaw.
www.polishembassy.ca /news_details.asp?nid=180   (344 words)

  
 : : : : F O R U M : : : : Żydzi - Chrześcijanie - Muzułmanie
When on April 19, 1943 the German forces crossed the gates of the ghetto, they were greeted by bottles filled with gasoline, grenades, shots form pistols and a few machine guns fired by the militant forces of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB), each of them consisting of 20-30 men.
Weakly armed insurgents of the ZOB defended themselves until May 8th, when in the bunker at Mila 18 most of the leaders of the organization, including Anielewicz, committed suicide.
Only a small number of insurgents survived and through the sewer system escaped to the "Aryan" side.
www.znak.com.pl /forum/print.php?t=przeglad&id=1557&l=en   (1146 words)

  
 Saving Jews: Polish Righteous
He met then Mordechaj Anielewicz (future commander of the ZOB - Jewish Fighting Organization in the ghetto).
Anielewicz was there in a camp preparing Jews to work in agriculture.
In 1966 Eugenia Merwald stated that Mordechaj Anielewicz directed her to Zdzislaw, with a letter in which he thanked him for arms provided to the ghetto and asked for ammunition.
www.savingjews.org /righteous/sv.htm   (19290 words)

  
 The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, by Marek Edelman
Miraculously, because of his heroic attitude, the ZOB Commander, Mordechaj Anielewicz, survived.
After that battle we realized that street fighting would be too costly for us, since we were not sufficiently prepared for it and lacked the proper weapons.
Thus 80% of the remaining partisans perished, among them the ZOB Commander, Mordechaj Anielewicz.
www.writing.upenn.edu /~afilreis/Holocaust/warsaw-uprising.html   (16792 words)

  
 EJP | News | France | Warsaw ghetto uprising commemorated at Paris memorial
Mordechai Anilewicz, was the commander of the Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa (Jewish Fighting Organization) during the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
Mordechaj Anielewicz, one of their leaders wrote in his last letter “My dream of Jewish self-defence has come true.
We are surviving in the memory of the survivors.”
ejpress.org /article/7665   (625 words)

  
 Médio Oriente.Holocaust - ChatArea.com
Miraculously, because of his heroic attitude, the ZOB Commander, Mordechaj Anielewicz, survived.
After that battle we realized that street fighting would be too costly for us, since we were not sufficiently prepared for it and lacked the proper weapons.
Thus 80% of the remaining partisans perished, among them the ZOB Commander, Mordechaj Anielewicz.
www.chatarea.com /mdiooriente.m2953162   (16849 words)

  
 Charade in Gaza and the West Bank
The disengagement lasted a few days with thousands upon thousands of settlers hugging their “oppressors” without serious injury.
Mordechaj Anielewicz would turn over in his grave if he caught wind of the comparison some Jews are making between the Nazi era and the charade in Gaza and the West Bank.
Wearing a yellow star of David on ones chest in reminiscence of Nazi era atrocities during the disengagement is to devalue the Holocaust!
allfreeessays.com /student/Charade_in_Gaza_and_the_West_Bank____.html   (710 words)

  
 LNT Poland - Polish Jews in World War II
Fighters of the Jewish Combat Organization, under the command of Mordechaj Anielewicz, together with those of the Jewish Military Union, had a well developed network of bunkers and fortifications.
The site of the bunker on Mila Street,where the chief staff of the Jewish Combat Organization committed suicide (in order not to fall into enemy hands) together with M. Anielewicz (whose name is borne by one of the surrounding streets) is marked by a commemorative stone slab engraved in Polish, Yiddish, and Hebrew.
The Memorial of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto is located on a square which was once the site of one the main bunkers of the Jewish Combat Organization.
cyberroad.com /poland/jews_ww2.html   (1960 words)

  
 Poland and Polish Discussion Group and Forum
I ached to know more about the people who were senselessly slaughtered and regretted my linguistic ignorance.
One of the larger markers notes the location of the bunker where Mordechaj Anielewicz, leader of the Ghetto Uprising, chose to kill himself rather than surrender to the Nazis.
It was impossible not to think of Adrian Brody’s portrayal of Wladyslaw Szpilman in “The Pianist.”A short distance farther, four stone walls inscribed with Jewish forenames from A to Z enclosed the Umschlagplatz (the German word meaning “transfer point”), marking the place where thousands of Warsaw’s Jews were packed onto boxcars bound for Treblinka.
pub10.bravenet.com /forum/775788990/show/979408   (1400 words)

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