Character modeled after Josef Mengele
Takes place in a concentration camp. (Polish with English Subtitles)
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Polish with English Subtitles)
Czech film about a Jewish woman and her Gentile Husband during the period of escalating anti-Semitism.
Nominated for Academy Award for best foreign language film in 1961.
Academy Award for best foreign language film. (Czech film). An aryanizing German helps an old Jewish woman whose shop he has taken.
East German Film set in Concentration Camp. Prisoners protect a 4 year old Jewish boy in the camp of Buchenwald.
Danish rescue of Jews.
Arrest and deportation of Italian Jews.
About the masochistic relationship between a woman who meets her former Nazi torturer.
French Film about deportation of Jews from Paris.
Foreign Language Film
German Language. A girl investigates her village's past.
Danish film about the rescue of Danish Jews.
Persecution of gays at Dachau.
Television series which featured a show with this Holocaust survivor
French release only.
French Vichy governments collaboration.
Violence in War- Nuremburg, Vietnam, & Algeria
Could US have helped?
How could it happen? Interviews with survivors. Day by day accounts
Impact on survivor families
Story of Jewish children from Bendzin. They were hiding from the Nazis.
Gerda Weissmann Klein recounts her ordeals as a six year old victim of Nazi cruelty
Celebrities narrate letters, diaries and published stories of children who lived through the Holocaust.
Numerous testimonies from survivors.
Documentary about Pink Triangle victims.
50 Holocaust survivors reunite.
Survivor Bernard Offen tells his story of Krakow Ghetto and Plaszow Camp.
Trial footage and recollections of trial witnesses.
About Jewish refugees after the war. Horrid conditions and the State of Israel.
Documents a memorial at Auschwitz of 150 trying to turn it into a place of healing.
About a Swiss rescuer who is later sued by Switzerland.
Narrative created from evidence left behind by amateur Jewish filmmaker of 1920-1930s.
The Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial
Three artists work in secret in Nazi death camps.
Bernard Offen- holocaust survivor.
Follows Holocaust survivor through the camps to the US in 1963.
Story of 5 Hungarian Jews during the Shoah.
French village saves the lives of 400 Jewish refugee children.
Polish Catholics in the Holocaust.
Records the life of a consultant of prisons who testified in a Holocaust Denial trial. Found that there was NOT gas used in chambers. Meant to give an impression of him as a denier, not support denial.
Allies attack ships loaded with concentration camp prisoners.
Sodomy provision and persecution of gays and lesbians.
Kindertransport filmed interviews recall feelings and experiences.
Movement of Jews from Eastern Europe to Berlin after fall of Soviet Union.
Survivor of Terezin recounts their travels during Holocaust.
Personal look at the center.
About collaboration to create dance-theater piece about the Holocaust
Chronicles actor who directed at Theresienstadt.
Recounts the town of Luboml and its fate because of the Holocaust.
Old man receives a letter in 1985 from his mother who died in Theresienstadt.
Jewish American soldiers captured and sent to concentration camps.
Jews escape from Denmark
Representation of the Holocaust in Hollywood over 60 years.
Teenager interviews grandparts (holocaust survivors)
One part of film follows Jew who converted to Jehovah's Witnesses after seeing them during the Holocaust.
German Jew, escaped in 1939, became American soldier during WWII and translated at the Nuremberg Trials.
Students collect paper clips to represent Jews killed by the Nazis
Story of survivor Henri Landwirth trying to be released from the hold of the past.
Stories of Holocaust Survivors
Story of a child living through the Holocaust.
Jews who escaped after Riechskristallnacht set up support community for others fleeing.
About Concentration camp used to dispel rumors of extermination camps.
About a group of survivors who hid in caves in the Ukraine.
Published in English
The National Socialist Party of America planned to march through Skokie, which had a high population of survivors. The Supreme Court of Illinois allowed the march, but the NSPA moved it to Chicago as it had originally planned.
President Carter charged it with the responsibility to submit a report "with respect to the establishment and maintenance of an appropriate memorial to those who perished in the Holocaust."
According to the DoD review of 1998
High School students attacked by police dogs and water hoses.
Largest mass arrest of rabbis in US history for their participation in Civil Rights Movement.
Ended unequal application of voter registration and racial segregation.
Prohibits discrimination in voting.
Gestie & Zook found in Twentieth Century Textbook Wars pp 45-47. Also by the League of Nations.
Twentieth Century Textbook Wars. Pages 49-53.
Harvard University Committee on Objectives of Education in a Free Society argued for serving all students, not just those going to college.
Twentieth-Century Textbook Wars. Pages 53-59
Suggests that political lobby groups rather than historians and instructors were influencing textbooks. Twentieth Century Textbook Wars. Page 83
Twentieth Century Textbook Wars. Pages 76-80