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Lessons from World War II

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Jews braved capture, rats and starvation

By The Staff

Running, hiding, crawling and hunting. These are only a few of the things that Jews had to do while escaping the German Nazis in World War II. They traveled through tunnels to get to forests. They lived inside forests with their family groups. The food they got they stole from nearby people. Jews stayed in these forest family camps for their own survival and to stay safe from the Nazis.

The underground tunnels allowed the Jews to stay hidden until they found a safe house.


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