1) Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, Warwaw - In April 1943, following the deportation of many ghetto inmates to Treblinka, members of the Jewish Combat Organisation led an armed uprising against the Nazis. The uprising failed. Most of its participants committed suicide or were shot. A few escaped to join other resistance movements. 2) Site of Jewish Combat Organisation bunker, Warsaw. Ghetto fighters died in the underground bunker after the failed uprising. The mound (about 10 feet in height) is meant to represent the height of Warsaw's rubble after the SS destroyed it. 3) Last fragment of the ghetto wall, sandwiched between apartment blocks in a courtyard off a residential street. Height: 3 metres (about 10 feet).