Meet Salamo Arouch, a young Jewish boxer from Greece. He was the Balkan light-medium weight boxing champion with an unbeaten record. When the Nazis began deporting Jews in 1943, he never thought he would box again. But in a warehouse in Auschwitz, Salamo found himself back in the ring, in violent brutal matches staged to “entertain” the SS officers. No longer fighting for a title, he was fighting for his life. After watching the video, the prompts below can be used to engage students in thought-provoking discussion about what they have learned.