JULY 24, 1942

Smithsonian Magazine - - Prologue -

The Ju­den­rat in Prze­mysl is al­lowed to is­sue 5,000 stamped

work per­mits that will tempo

rar­ily save those ghetto res­i­dents from de­por­ta­tion.

JULY 27, 1942

Lt. Al­bert Bat­tel

of the Wehrma­cht takes an un­usual stand

against the de­por­ta­tion of Jews from Prze­mysl. He uses Army trucks to res­cue up to 100 Jewish ar­ma­ment work­ers, along with their fam­i­lies, shel­ter­ing them from de­por­ta­tion to

the Belzec death camp.

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