Did you know that, 74 years ago, marked the end of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. It was an act of Jewish resistance to the Holocaust while the Nazi occupied Poland. They did not want to be transported to Treblinka so they refused to surrender to the police commander. Unfortunately, the police then ordered to burn the ghetto, block by block, and by the end of the uprising, 13,000 jews lost their lives, many by being burned alive, or by suffocating, and the Nazi had less sthan 300 casualties. It was the single largest revolt by the Jewish community during WWII. History, needs never be forgotten!