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Location address: Deutschland, Berlin
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The Rosenstrasse protest was a nonviolent protest in Rosenstraße (“Rose street”) in Berlin in February and March 1943, carried out by the non-Jewish (“Aryan”) wives and relatives of Jewish men who had been arrested for deportation. The protests escalated until the men were released. It was a significant instance of opposition to the events of the Holocaust.