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1943: Uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto  
On April 19, 1943, the SS marched into the Warsaw Ghetto to round up the 60,000 Jews still remaining there and transport them to the Treblinka concentration camp. For the first time, this provoked armed resistance, carried out with great determination and only defeated five weeks later. 56,000 people lost their lives in the uprising.

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Who was Gauleiter (head of Nazi district) of German-occupied Poland from 1939-1945?
  Hans Frank
  Reinhard Heydrich
  Sepp Dietrich
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