WHO tried to stop the Holocaust?
A single man named Jan Karski tried to stop the Holocaust. Jan Karski was a Polish citizen and he was Jewish. Karskis first eyewitness report against the Polish Jews to the west in February 1940. Jan Karski was tone of the first to witness the Germans practicing abuse to the Polish Jews in February in 1940. Jan Karski was captured by the Nazis and Karski was worried that the Nazis would extract answers from him, so he attempted suicide. Karski faked to near death and went to a hospital; he was freed by an underground team of commandos. The German Nazis took revenge for the escape, and killed 35 people whom had absolutely nothing to do with the escape. Stephen E. Wood wrote a book to make sure that someone cries for help should never be ignored like that again.