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Meet Elsa Holzer, one of 200 non-Jewish women who led the only open protest against the Holocaust in German history. While most intermarried couples divorced, these women protested to save their Jewish husbands from Auschwitz when Goebbels ordered the arrest of their husbands and children. The protest quickly grew to over 1,000 women, who refused to stand down in the face of insurmountable odds against the SS to save their husbands from death. After watching the video, the prompts below can be used to engage students in thought-provoking discussion about what they have learned.