FRAGMENTS | Resistance
Resistance movements were established in every occupied country and acted in various ways such as non-cooperation, providing misleading information, propaganda, hiding the wounded, active fighting and even reoccupying villages.
The best known of the mobilization movements is that of Poland, but the French, the Italians, the Soviets, the Dutch and other occupied countries also had their own movements. Out of 16 main resistance movements there were 27 assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler.
Images: Resistance movements from several countries Partisans and Jews caught during their resistance