Theresienstadt, Gateway To Auschwitz: Recollections From Childhood
Emotionally moving personal accounts from survivors of the infamous Czech ghetto which the Germans used during WWII as a "model ghetto" and as a transit camp for Jewish deportees en route to Auschwitz and other death camps. Blends the childhood recollections of these survivors with rare archival photos, paintings, drawings by ghetto inmates, excerpts from the children’s opera Brundibar, which was performed there, and scenes from a survivor’s reunion. (JHS/MS+). Color & B/W. (58 min.)
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