|Starving Child at Leipzig Exhibition of Warsaw Ghetto|
Chronicling the Holocaust from Inside the Ghetto
By Jan Friedmann
Photo Gallery: 8 Photos
Roughly 50 men and women in the Warsaw Ghetto chose a special form of resistance. In a secret archive, they documented their path to doom for future generations, chronicling the Nazis' crimes as they were being perpetrated.
David Graber was 19 when he hurriedly scribbled his farewell letter. 'I would be overjoyed to experience the moment when this great treasure is unearthed and the world is confronted with the truth,' he wrote.
While German soldiers combed the streets outside, Graber and his friend Nahum Grzywacz buried 10 metal boxes in the basement of an elementary school on Nowolipki Street in Warsaw's Jewish ghetto. It was Aug. 2, 1942."
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