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Resistance to oppression can take many forms, ranging from armed combat and sabotage to more subtle forms of non-compliance, such as expressing dissent or refusing to follow unjust laws and regulations. The many resistance groups that formed in Nazi-dominated Europe during World War II helped keep hope alive, undermined Nazi policies, and saved lives. 

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