Death and disease stalks the ghetto
18 August 1941: Mary Berg describes conditions for the Jews of Warsaw
Around a year after occupying Poland the Nazis had established urban ghettos for the Jews across the country. The largest was in the capital Warsaw where around 30% of the city’s population was crammed into 2.4% of the city area - there were an average of ove…
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