Last Warsaw Ghetto Uprising fighter dies
24 December 2018 | 8:05 am
As German forces were mobilizing to liquidate the Warsaw Ghetto, Simcha "Kazik" Rotem resisted and fought back. Rotem said he and his comrades fought to "choose the kind of death" they wanted.
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