FRONTLINE: Memory of the Camps DVD

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Item #: WC6852
Fifty years ago, film crews for the Allied Expeditionary Force entered Nazi concentration camps to find atrocities beyond their imagination. Kept in a vault at London's Imperial War Museum since 1945, the film shows tragic images of the genocide including scenes of gas chambers, experimentation labs and the haunted, starving survivors. Some footage was filmed moments before the camps where ... More
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Fifty years ago, film crews for the Allied Expeditionary Force entered Nazi concentration camps to find atrocities beyond their imagination. Kept in a vault at London's Imperial War Museum since 1945, the film shows tragic images of the genocide including scenes of gas chambers, experimentation labs and the haunted, starving survivors. Some footage was filmed moments before the camps where liberated, as Nazi soldiers hurried to cover evidence.

Producer: Sergie Nolbandov, Richard Crossman, Colin Wills, Stephanie Tepper
Production Year: 1985
Copyright Year: 1985
Narrator: Trevor Howard
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 60 minutes

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Philip S.
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5.0 star rating
01/15/22
We all must learn what humans are capable of!
Review by Philip S. on 01/15/22 review stating We all must learn what humans are capable of!
My father was a US Army Officer, and part of the Army of Occupation in Germany immediately following the wars end. As a young teenager, I saw films, just like this one -- in our living room as he explained it all to my brother and I. We all cried, and I will never forget it. He described what he saw, as a young officer and civil engineer in the Corps of Engineers. He had served as a witness at Nurnberg, and he wanted us to hear it from him personally. He warned us that what the nazis and the Germans public did could happen again -- because ordinary people can do horrible things. Too many people today are forgetting. Too many are allowing a nationalist sentiment to build, and are now turning that into a hatred of moslems. This film is important. Everyone should see it.
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Blc
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
Memory of the Camps: unforgetable
Review by Blc on 11/14/21 review stating Memory of the Camps: unforgetable
Basic to every collection on the National Socialist holocaust. Never again!
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Kdj
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY
Review by Kdj on 11/14/21 review stating OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARY
Although gruesome at times it tastefully, albeit bluntly, depicts the horror of the death camps and the tragedy associated with the Jewish holocaust of World War 2. Thanks God the allies won!
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Larry
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
Must See Must Remember
Review by Larry on 11/14/21 review stating Must See Must Remember
One of historys most horrendous savagery must never be forgotten. Viewing the horror of the Holocaust as this DVD does, etches in the viewers mind events that must never been forgotten. Every American needs to watch this painful chapter in human history and then say Never Again
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David T.
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
The most important film ever made.
Review by David T. on 11/14/21 review stating The most important film ever made.
Watch it all. Should be required viewing in all high schools, as a requirement for graduation.
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Steve
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
True Facts; Nothing Staged
Review by Steve on 11/14/21 review stating True Facts; Nothing Staged
This is true-life history of the Hell that the Polish and the Jewish went through during WWII and Hitlers regime. Everyone should be required to see this, especially secondary schools on up. You cannot believe it until you see it. Stories cannot tell the tale!
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Daughter R.
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
Required viewing
Review by Daughter R. on 11/14/21 review stating Required viewing
This should be required viewing for all GERMANS!!!!
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Up N.
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
Be prepared prior to viewing
Review by Up N. on 11/14/21 review stating Be prepared prior to viewing
I saw this as a young adult, probably soon after it was produced. I was channel surfing and was not prepared for the images. It was a very good film and something everyone should see, as its a part of history. However, its disturbing and viewers should be prepared ahead of time, or at least warned, and a follow up discussion would be helpful for groups/classes.
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Teacher
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5.0 star rating
11/14/21
MUST-USE for Genocide Educators
Review by Teacher on 11/14/21 review stating MUST-USE for Genocide Educators
This actual footage from the video puts numbers into reality in a way that Hollywood cannot. It is graphic and hard for students, but, it is REAL!


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