1. Boaz


    from Traces Films / Added

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    With an instinctive display of political insight, Boaz Bischofswerder decides to flee Germany in the wake of Nazism. He relocates his family to London but a whole new kind of intolerance fragments the family permanently. Screened at Sydney’s Flickerfest, St Kilda Short Film Festival, Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (Turkey), Australian International Documentary Conference in Adelaide. Highly Commended for the Ethnic Affairs Commission Award (EAC) at the Sydney Film Festival. Purchased by The Australian Film Institute for international distribution.

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    • Ruth (Simon) Heinemann - A Kinder's Survival (IN GERMAN)


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      Ruth (Simon) Heinemann recounts her family's experience preceding, during and after the Holocaust. It's a story of courage, love, sacrifice, survival and honor. Unfortunately, its also one of discrimination, antisemitism, deceit and genocide. Shortly after her father is arrested on Kristallnacht on November 9th, 1938, Ruth, 13, and her younger sister, Hilde, 11, find themselves on a train bound for Holland via Hamburg. This was the first leg of their journey to England on something known as the Kindertransport. They became part of a mission that saved 10,000 Jewish children when they were sent to England for safe keeping by their loved ones during the Holocaust. What happens to the rest of their family as they find themselves on the ill fated ship, the St. Louis, bound for Havana, Cuba is tragic and heartbreaking. This true story is told in German by Ruth and was filmed by her two grandsons David and Dan Berman in her home in Florida in January, 2011. The story begins in Germany and takes us to England, Holland, United States and to Poland where half the family is murdered in the concentration camp, Sorbibor.

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        • Christian Friends of Yad Vashem


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          The ICEJ is dedicated to standing against the growing tide of antisemitism worldwide. Our historic partnership with Yad Vashem led to the formation of the Christian Friends of Yad Vashem which provides a mechanism through which Christians can become educated and learn to speak up. Learn more at www.icej.org.

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          • America's Table 3 - Henry Parens


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            A webisode series celebrating America's diversity and constitutional values.

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            • Does Water Baptism Save? (1 Peter 3) John MacArthur


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              http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Certain theological traditions misinterpret Peter's statement baptism now saves you to refer to spiritual salvation by water baptism (i.e., baptismal regeneration). But baptism (from baptizo) simply means "to immerse," and not just in water. Peter here uses baptism to refer to a figurative immersion into Christ as the ark of safety that will sail over the holocaust of judgment on the wicked. Noah and his family were immersed not just in water, but in the world under divine judgment. All the while they were protected by being in the ark. God preserved Noah and his family in the midst of His judgment, which is what He also does for all those who trust in Christ. God's final judgment will bring fire and fury on the world, destroying the entire universe (cf. 2 Peter 3:10--12); but the people of God will be protected and taken into the eternal new heavens and new earth (v. 13)...

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              • KL Struthof/Natzweiler


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                Music: Schindler's List OST Photography by: P.Noze - http://bit.ly/6Jmd9N The Concentration Camp near the village of Struthof. The Germans opened KL-Natzweiler on the 21st april 1941. Category 3, one of the most severe camp, at 800m of altitude. This camp been used as a labour camp to support the nazi war industry as well as for medical experiments of nazi doctors. Between 1941 and 1945 more than 22,000 deportees died here. In the summer its a place with high temperatures with no shades, the winter icy wind, low temperatures and around 1m50 snow. The arrival railway station is 8km away from the camp, the deportees had to walk from there to the camp. In 1944 it had 17 blocks, 15 wooden blocks and 2 cement blocks. Today there are 4 wooden blocks still standing.

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                • Surviving Dachau, Liberating Mauthausen


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                  This video is videoconference recording of a presentation shared on October 18, 2005, at the International Cultural Center of Texas Tech University. Mrs. Eva Hance is a survivor of the Dachau Concentration Camp, and Mr. Mark A. Geeslin, United States Army, 11th Armored Division, was a Liberator of Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Both Mrs. Hance and Mr. Geeslin gave presentations to K-12 students who traveled to the Texas Tech International Cultural Center, and to students who attended the presentation via distance learning / videoconferencing connections provided through Education Service Center Region 17, the Texas Tech College of Education, and Texas Tech University Video Services. For more background, see the March 2006 post, "Value of life, forgiveness, the Holocaust." http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2006/03/30/value-of-life-forgiveness-the-holocaust/ An audio podcast version of this presentation is also available: http://ttucoepodcast.blogspot.com/2005/10/podcast5-surviving-dachau-liberating.html Please direct questions about this video recording to Wesley Fryer: http://twitter.com/wfryer

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                  • Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust: 'World That Was' Interactive Table


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                    The 'World That Was' interactive table is an interactive and communal learning tool which visitors use to visually explore an archive of 25,000 photos depicting Jewish people and their lives before the Holocaust. Many of these photos are portraits, and the accessibility of the table’s UI allows visitors to connect with the striking visual and emotional qualities of these portraits. Variate Labs designed this display as part of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMH) master strategy for information and interaction. The museum has an extensive image collection of such a size that displaying it in a conventional way would have been impossible. The solution was to create a database of images with rich metadata associated with each image, and to have the interactive table organize and present the images in various groups determined by the metadata. One goal of this interactive table was to have a low barrier of entry, whereby visitors could manually and visually explore the photos with ease, and learn about the poignant stories behind the faces they portray. This table offers visitors a personal connection to its content and allows for spontaneous exploration. The table can accommodate up to 12 individual viewers (navigating the UI themselves), or it can switch to a teaching mode where a docent can present content to a group of viewers. In this teaching mode, the docent activates a robust content management tool which can show images grouped by a specific family, theme or name. The table is also designed to allow videos to seamlessly sync with the LAMH audioguide device. More info at: http://variatelabs.com/work/lamh-worldthatwas/ Design Team: Variate Labs - Concept, Content and Interaction Strategy -Miles Kemp; President -Elisa Kemp; User Experience Design -Elise Moore, Peng Lee; Technology Design Potion - Interaction Design and Technology -Jared Schiffman, Phillip Tiongson; Principals -Young Cho, Yasmin Elayat, Xiaoyang Feng; Software Development -Caroline Oh; Design Belzberg Architects - Architecture -Hagy Belzberg; Principal -Aaron Leppanen; Project Manager Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust - Client -E. Randol Schoenberg; Board President -Mark Rothman; Executive Director Fabricators: Potion - Interaction Design and Technology -Jared Schiffman, Phillip Tiongson; Principals -Young Cho, Yasmin Elayat, Xiaoyang Feng; Software Development -Caroline Oh; Design Consultants: The Tech Consultants - Technology Consultants -Nick Mancini; Partner and Project Lead

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                    • Memory Of The Camps (2010) WARNING: Contains disturbing images


                      from Nik Ammar / Added

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                      Excerpt of WWII footage from Belsen concentration camp. Music by Nik Ammar

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