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The Long Way Home

For the majority of Holocaust survivors, World War II did not end with their liberation from Nazi concentration and death camps. As these personal accounts demonstrate, the battle to rebuild lives and human dignity continued long after the Allies’ victory. The tumultuous years between 1945-1948, from liberation to the creation of the state of Israel, epitomized the challenges Holocaust survivors faced in recreating their identity from the remnants of their destroyed world. (General audience). Color. (116 minutes)


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