This article concerns the seldom remembered inmate rebellions that took place at various Nazi concentration camps, with particular attention paid to the uprisings at Auschwitz, Treblinka and Sobibor:
"Rebellion was sometimes a matter of individual desperation, of a last-minute decision to sell one's life dearly. One day a Treblinka prisoner broke from the ranks, shouting, 'I can't stand any more!' and managed to mortally wound a particularly vicious SS sergeant. A naked young woman suddenly broke from a group marching the last hundred meters to the crematorium and made a hopeless dash for the fence. When a Ukrainian guard pursued her, laughing at the notion that a woman already stripped of her clothing could possibly escape, she wrenched his rifle from him and wounded two of her captors."
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