Belarusian resistance during World War II

Belarusian Resistance During World War II

Belarusian resistance during World War II

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Belarusian resistance during World War II was focused towards Nazi Germany from 1941 until 1944. Belarus was one of the Soviet republics occupied during Operation Barbarossa. However, segments of the Belarusian population cooperated with the Nazi occupation government and continued until the end of the war.


Upon Wehrmacht victories against the Red Army, Belarus was one of the Soviet republics that became under control of Nazi Germany. The official government of the occupation forces was established on August 23, 1941 under the direction of Wilhelm Kube. While the resistance movement first consisted of cut-off Soviet soldiers, the population joined them around the summer of 1942. From that time until the end of the year, the Central Committee of the Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) of Byelorussia formed courses and offices helping those wishing to fight the Nazi Government.In 1943, Kube was assassinated by a bomb; the bomb was placed by a Belarusian woman who was Kube's maid at his Minsk home. Actually, the first partisan detachments, comprising mostly the Red Army personnel, but also the local people, and commanded by the Red Army officers or local Soviet or Communist activists, began to be created since the first days of war: the detachment Starasyel'ski of major Dorodnykh in Zhabinka district (June 23, 1941)(HistBel-5) Гісторыя Беларусі: У 6 т. Т. 5. Беларусь у 1917—1945. — Мн.: Экаперспектыва,...
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