An Introduction to the Jewish Partisans of Eastern Europe

This informative documentary [06:36], published by the Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation, briefly tells the story of the Jewish partisans during World War II. The Jewish partisans were comprised of 30,0000 men and women from ten different countries throughout Europe. In Eastern Europe, mostly comprised of teenagers and young adults who had escaped the ghettos and concentration camps, these partisans continued to help hundreds of other Jews escape imprisonment and survive in the forests. The partisans targeted the German military, blowing up Nazi supply trains, communication lines, factories,and power plants. To read more about the Jewish partisans, visit the Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation, an organization committed to educating youth about the heroic Jewish resistance against tyranny, and its essential life lessons.