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  • 1. NAZI RESISTANCE
    In 1939, Adolf Hitler began the second world war. Although his power was great, and he was acclaimed by a lot, some people were against them, and started a resistance, such as:
    The Swing Movement
    The Edelweiss Pirates
    Jew/ Anti-Nazi Resistance
  • 2. The Swing Movement
    Members of this group were principally middle-class teenagers. They enjoyed listening to American and English music and had a free opinion towards sex. They didn’t accept Hitler’s ideas and accepted Jews and woman into their group.
  • 3. The Edelweiss Pirates
    These were working-class teenagers. The Hitler’s youth had more violent reactions than the Swing Movement, pirates enjoyed beating members of the Hitler's youth and mocking them. Although they were a bother to Nazi members, these weren't authorized to hurt the pirates, because they would be soldiers in the future.
  • 4. Jewish Resistance
    Many Jews escaped from German territory before the killing started. The ones that stayed had to hide or smuggle to other countries. There were two important movements:
    -Gad Beck who led the Jewish Resistance
    -Oskar Schindler who saved and protected Jews by putting them on their work list, made them invulnerable to Nazis.
  • 5. Consequencesof being caught
    This were some Jews caught in Warsaw by the SS
  • 6. Questions
    Why do you think some groups made a resistance against the Nazis knowing the possible consequences?
    How did the people resist?
    What actions did the Nazis take against resistance?
    Joaquin Gonzalez Narvarte and Nacho Achaval