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For The Living

Reaching across time and place, For the Living follows the creators of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as they journey for the nation’s capital to the death camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the forests of Poland, and the streets of Warsaw in their efforts to create a permanent, living reminder of the Holocaust. Their struggle to tell a story that is impossible to understand leads them beyond the world of two dimensional displays to unusual and resonating artifacts and, finally, to the voices of the victims themselves. (General Audiences). Color. (57 min)


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