Not Like Sheep To Slaughter: The Story Of The Bialystok Ghetto
Featuring archival black and white footage and revealing interviews, this program tells the courageous story of 24 year old Mordechai Tenebaum and the small group of resistance fighters who attempted to defeat the Nazi scheme to eradicate the Jewish ghetto in Bialystok, Poland. Through the testimony of those who served in the resistance and residents of Bialystok, viewers gain a unique appreciation of the hardships and impossible choices faced by targets of the Third Reich. Excerpts from Nazi propaganda films are also included. (Grades 7 and up.) B/W. (150 min.)
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