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Nazi Concentration and Prison Camps (1945)

Nazi Concentration Camps (original title)
Produced and presented as evidence at the Nuremberg war crimes trial of Hermann Göring and twenty other Nazi leaders.

Director:

George Stevens (as Col. George C. Stevens)
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Dwight D. Eisenhower ... Self - US Army General (as Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower)
Omar N. Bradley ... Self - US Army commander of ground forces invading Nazi Germany (as Gen. Omar Bradley)
George S. Patton ... Self - US Army General (as Gen. George S. Patton)
Hayden Sears Hayden Sears ... Self - US Army Colonel (as Col. Hayden Sears)
Herman Bolker Herman Bolker ... Self - US Army Major (as Maj. Herman Bolker)
Adolf Wahlmann Adolf Wahlmann ... Self - chief physician, Hadamar Euthanasia Centre
Karl Willig Karl Willig ... Self - chief male nurse, Hadamar Euthanasia Centre
Jack Taylor Jack Taylor ... Self - US Navy Lieutenant, Mauthausen concentration camp inmate (as Lt. Jack Taylor)
Josef Kramer Josef Kramer ... Self - commandant, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
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This film is the official documentary report compiled from over 80,000 feet of film shot by Allied military photographers in the German concentration camps immediately after liberation. The footage is a camp-by-camp record taken in order to provide lasting objective proof of the horrors the liberators witnessed. Some emphasis is also placed on the humanitarian work done in the camps by the liberators. Remarkably, the narration refers to the camp victims according to their country of origin only, and no mention of Jews is made. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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Should be suggested to every Netflix user
1 September 2020 | by candykiranSee all my reviews

This documentary is just shocking and soul shattering beyond words. Can't believe there are some people who completely deny the happening of holocaust. The documentary affected me so much that it's impossible for me to think of Germany without thinking of all those horrors. Every generation should watch it if we are to avoid recurrence of such horrific events in future.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 April 2017 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

I campi di concentramento nazisti See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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