1. Beszélgetés a Holocaust túlélőivel a Ma'agan kibucban


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    Beszélgetés a Holocaust túlélőivel a Ma'agan kibucban

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    • A Holocaust Interview For Children


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      By Fay Brandwein, Forest Hills, NY Created for Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island

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      • War Against The Weak (2009) - Feature Documentary - Clip #1


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        Director: Justin Strawhand Producer: Peter Demas Director of Photography: Jay Silver Director of Photography (2nd Unit): Marco Franzoni

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        • The Apron


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          This is a story about an orthodox Jewish family during the holocaust. Ahova was the only one to survive of her family. After the war she found her mother's apron, the only tangible memory of her family.

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          • Forever After


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            A twenty minute teaser trailer of the Holocaust documentary film I've been co_Producing and Directing. The film is a psychological look at the effects of the Holocaust, and on genocide in general, on the descendants of the actual survivors. We've shot globally in the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and South Africa, as we assess how geography, politics, and culture all play a role in the Holocaust's continued impact. The film is about 50% completed, and hopes are to complete it over the next year or two.

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            • Zwerge Trailer


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              "Zwerge" is based on the true story of a family of seven dwarves that survived the holocaust. This workshop presentation of "Zwerge" was presented at Dixon Place (www.DixonPlace.org) on NYC's Lower East Side. Starring Sofiya Cheyenne (Perla Ovitz), with supporting roles by Christopher Norwood (Dr. Mengele), Alexander Salamat (Simon) and Leila Ghaznavi (The Conductor & Guard), Zwerge enjoyed a two night, sold out performances. The creative team led by Director Spencer Lott, is currently back at work developing the final iteration of "Zwerge". "Zwerge" was created by Deborah Hertzberg and Jean Marie Keevins and is produced by Little Shadow Production (www.littleshadowproductions.com). Formerly known as "Seven Dwarves: A Survival Story", "Zwerge" was developed in part during Hertzberg & Keevins's residence at The National Puppetry Conference at the Tony Award-winning Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. It is the recipient of two Jim Henson Foundation Grants and a Puffin Foundation Grant and the grateful recipient of a good deal of private support. The production is now in search of financial backing in order to get back in the rehearsal room and begin touring the country in 2016. This footage was shot by Storm Garner & Edited by Brett Vanderbrook.

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              • Felix-Nussbaum-Haus: Interview with Daniel Libeskind


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                Interview with Daniel Libeskind about his new building for the Felix-Nussbaum-Haus in Osnabrück. On the occasion of the opening exhibition "Dignity and Grace" from 06.05.2011 to 28.08.2011... read more in Geman: Interview auf Englisch mit Architekt Daniel Libeskind über seinen Anbau für das Felix-Nussbaum-Haus in Osnabrück zur Eröffnungs-Ausstellung "Würde und Anmut" vom 06.05.2011 bis 28.08.2011. Star-Architekt Daniel Libeskind hat das Nussbaum-Museum, das er vor 13 Jahren errichtete, um einen Anbau erweitert: Manche Mängel des Altbaus bestehen fort. Das erträgt die Eröffnungs-Ausstellung würdevoll und anmutig. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": kunstundfilm.de/2011/05/felix-nussbaum-haus-wurde-und-anmut/

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                • The Monument - A Vision of the Holocaust


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                  Szymon Binke was born in 1931 in Łódź, Poland. Shortly after the Nazi invasion his family was moved to the city's Baluty district which became the Łódź ghetto. In 1944 the family was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau where his mother and sister were gassed. Szymon was placed in the Kinderblock but escaped from it to join his father and uncles in the main camp of Auschwitz. Later he was transferred to a series of forced labor camps until he was liberated in May 1945. This is what he saw: Now when the doors to the car opened, do you remember your first impressions? Pandemonium. Dogs and yelling and screaming, "Raus, raus, raus." Tried to take our luggage and stuff, a nechtiger tog, forget it. You know, we were expecting, hey, we need all our stuff. We need our bread rations and all that. They lined us up and... So who drove you off the car? People came into the car and chased you out? No, no. They, you came out and they grabbed you and yeah. Who? Who? Germans? Oh no, no. Uh, prisoners. The Kommando they called it. Prisoners? Right. They called it the Kanada Kommando. I don't know why Kanada. What were you thinking at the time? Remember? Weren't thinking. Total shock. What happened next? The world, well, they lined us up, men separate and women separate. That's the last time I saw my mother and sister. And uh, you lined up in one, one line and kept, walked, walked up to a German officer and he was standing like this and pointing with his thumb this way or that way. When I came up, came up, he grabbed me by my right arm to feel if there was something there and he pointed to that side. We didn't know which, which was good and which was bad and after that we wound up in a, in a bath house all night long. And the next morning we were in the gypsy camp in Birkenau. Did you look back at your mother? Yes. We waved and tried to say goodbye. What, what did you think was going to happen? Like I told you, total shock. Didn't think of anything. But then after the war, well, she went with my aunt that had the other, that had my, that, her daughter that was a year younger than I am and the aunt that's here now, my father's youngest sister, they all went together. Well my father's youngest sister, she was single. She didn't have anybody. Those two had kids, my, my sister and the other one had her daughter that was about a year younger than I was, which was in '44. I was thirteen, she was probably twelve. So I guess some of the people that worked, they came up and told them, "You better give up the kids or you're gonna die." And they said, "It's all right. We'll, we'll hang onto the, to our children." And uh, so my, this aunt, my father's younger sister wanted to go with them, but they grabbed her by the hair and threw her. By the time she came to, they were gone already. Now you were with your father still. Right. Holding onto each other? Holding hands? You couldn't hold on. You, you, you were together, yeah. Tried to be close as... And your uncles as well. The uncles, yeah, there was also another uncle. Her, you know my father's oldest sister's husband was also with us. Now... Three uncles. There were five of you? More. More. There was Moishe, Sol, Larry and Harry. Four uncles.

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                  • OBAMA'S GENOCIDE? PART 1


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                    CHEAP MINERALS, BLOODY HANDS !

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                    • Harald Welzer – 4. Internationale Konferenz zur Holocaustforschung


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                      Harald Welzer, Universität Flensburg, im Interview mit Miriam Menzel auf der 4. Internationalen Konferenz zur Holocaustforschung.

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