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6 September, 11:02

Which are examples of Jewish non-violent resistance to Nazi persecution and oppression? Check all that apply. infiltrating the Nazi government publishing underground newspapers assimilating cultural traits supported by the Nazi government secretly observing religious holidays and rituals forming partisan groups of escapees from camps and ghettos

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  1. 6 September, 12:58
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    Depends on what they did once they infiltrated the Nazi government, because they could have just found papers on their family members and made a plan to save them before they were thrown in the gas chambers, starved, or gunned down. They all seem non-violent except the last one. Forming a group of "partisan" escapees from death camps and the ghetto is violence waiting to happen.
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