The Demjanjuk Trial
In 1981, John Demjanjuk was brought to trial in Cleveland, Ohio, accused of concealing his Nazi past when he came to the United States more than a quarter of a century ago. The evidence against him is presented, testimony by survivors of the Treblinka death camp is heard, and effects of the trial on the Jewish and Ukrainian communities are analyzed. (HS+) Color & B/W. (20 min)
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