The Holocaust: Through Our Own Eyes
A videotape testimony project which chronicles the experiences of dozens of Holocaust witnesses, beginning with their lives before the war and culminating with their arrivals in the United States. Edited from first-hand accounts by survivors, concentration camp liberators, and other witnesses now residing in the Midwest, these testimonies are supplemented with archival photographs and footage. Compelling narrative provides an overview of the history of the Holocaust, beginning with the end of World War I. Intended for general adult audiences. May be appropriate for high school students with proper preparation. (HS+) (58 min)
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