Forest Of Valor
Documents the story of Jewish underground fighters and partisans who fought the German Army in the forests of Eastern Europe during World War II. Highlights of the film include a reenactment of a daring escape by Jewish prisoners and a labyrinth of sewage canals underneath the Vilna Ghetto exposed by former Partisans who utilized them in their rescue operations of Jews. Rare footage from the restricted archives of the Soviet military museums. The film ends with the visit to the controversial memorial site of Babi Yar. (JHS/MS+). Color. (52 min)
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