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Emmanuel Ringelblum was a Jewish historian who lived in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust. At the start of 1939, Ringelblum came to a realization that the history of the Jewish nation must be recorded. Within the Ghetto, he assigned himself the task of recording as much information about the Holocaust as he could. Along with a group of archivists, Ringelblum created the Oneg Shabbat (O.S.) Archive with the intention of educating future generations about what the Nazis had done. Shortly after the completion of the archive in 1943, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising occurred. This revolt...
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Madden, Sara, "Emmanuel Ringelblum's Warsaw Ghetto Archive and the Uprising of 1943" (2018). Honors Senior Theses/Projects. 172.
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