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Seven-DVD Set of Holocaust Movies

posted by Nell Minow

 ALDEN FILMS is distributing a new 7-DVD special on the Holocaust that is an important resources for schools, libraries, and families.  For a limited time, the set includes two extra DVDs:

WHAT FIRE CAN’T BURN, a tale of a childhood lost to Thereseinstadt

BETWEEN BERLIN AND JERUSALEM, an interpretation of present-day attitudes to Jews and Israel in post-Holocaust Germany.

AMBULANCE  — the classic trigger film of the Holocaust, depicting the use of disguised ambulances as killing vans of Jewish children

 CHILDREN OF THE EXODUS — the uplifting film of child survivors of the Holocaust who miraculously sailed to Israel on the actual ship Exodus

1947  EICHMANN: THE NAZI FUGITIVE  — the story of the architect of the Holocaust and his eventual capture

LEGACY OF ANNE FRANK — a young girl hiding with her family wrote a diary that is still a testament to hope during the Holocaust.  This film features her father, Otto Frank, and Miep Gies, who hid the Frank family.

MEMORANDUM — the survivors of Bergen Belsen concentration camp return to the scene of their torment

POLAND/KOLBUSZOWA — a look back at the world of the Shtetl, which was destroyed by the Holocaust

SIGHET, SIGHET — Elie Wiesel’s haunting return to his hometown in Hungary, where the town’s Jews were rounded up and sent to Auschwitz, never to return

For orders and previews, call 800-832-0980



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