FRAGMENTS | Resistance
Resistance movements emerged in every occupied country, employing diverse tactics such as non-cooperation, spreading disinformation, propaganda dissemination, sheltering the wounded, engaging in active combat, and even reclaiming captured territories.
While the Polish mobilization movement is widely recognized, other occupied nations including France, Italy, the Soviet Union, the Netherlands, and many more, also had their distinct resistance movements.
Among the 16 prominent resistance movements, there were a total of 27 assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler.
Resistance movements spanning multiple countries Capture of partisans and Jewish resistance members