David Broudo Thesis

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David Broudo was a Jew who helped destroy supply lines from the Germans that they established by blowing up bridges and trains and sabotaged them. He also smuggled munitions for resistance and hid guns in empty milk cartons (“David Broudo”). This smuggling was something many did during the Holocaust. The Holocaust started in the year of 1933 and lasted about 13 years. This dreadful event was the term for the slaughter of about six million Jews by the Nazi's controlled by Hitler. They were murdered in mostly death camps. Camps and ghettos were a terrible place to inhabit because the Jews are separated from the entire world and have little clues on what is happening outside of there. Jews were killed on site for no reason like for example walking…show more content…
Unlike other members of his family who were sent directly into Germany, David was sent to a holding camp near Lamia, Greece. In one daring escape, David bravely jumped onto a passing train, and thus escaped the grasp of the Germans (“David Broudo”). David was able to escape, but so many others were not. Works Cited
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