Between March/April 1942 and July the same year, the Oneg Shabbat group published fifteen bulletins for the Jewish and Polish underground press.
At the end of February 1943, the Jewish Combat Organization carried out another execution in the Warsaw ghetto. Alfred Nossig, once an important Zionist activist, sculptor and Gestapo collaborator, was shot in his own apartment at Muranowska 42 Street.
An engineer, managed a wood workshop in the Warsaw Ghetto – one of the forced labor companies working for the German army. Supported the Oneg Shabbat group and the Jewish Social Self-Help. During the Great Deportation to the Treblinka death camp, he offered shelter to intellectuals in his factory. During an attempt to escape occupied Poland, he fell prey to a Gestapo conspiracy.
On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland, starting World War II. We present fragments of reports of Jewish soldiers of the Polish Army from the first days of the defensive war, preserved in the Ringelblum Archive.
On August 18, 1942, Szymon Huberband, a rabbi, who, according to Emanuel Ringelblum, was one of the most important collaborators of the Oneg Shabbat group, was deported to Treblinka. We present a fragment of his written accounts about saving the Torah from destruction by the Germans.