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Michael Berenbaum (II)

Michael Berenbaum is known for his work on One Survivor Remembers (1995), Magda (2015) and The Desperate Hours (Documentary) (2001). See full bio »

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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One Survivor Remembers
Magda Producer
After Auschwitz
After Auschwitz Producer


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 2010 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (historical consultant - 1 episode)
- Blessed Is the Match (2010) ... (historical consultant)
 2009 A Son's War (Short) (historical advisor)
 2008 Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh (Documentary) (historical consultant)
 2001 Resistance (Video documentary short) (historian)
 2001 Uprising (TV Movie) (senior historian - as Dr. Michael Berenbaum)
 2001 Conspiracy (TV Movie) (historian - as Dr. Michael Berenbaum)
 2001 History Undercover: Holocaust - The Untold Story (TV Movie documentary) (special consultant)
 1998 The Last Days (Documentary) (historian - as Dr. Michael Berenbaum)
 1996 Survivors of the Holocaust (TV Movie documentary) (historical consultant)
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Dr. Michael Berenbaum | Phd. Michael Berenbaum | Michael Bernbaum

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[on young Jews who, as a memorial, are themselves wearing the numbers their relatives were forced to display by their Nazi captors] We are moving from lived memory to historical memory. We're at that transition, and this is sort of a brazen in-your-face way of bridging it. Physically, an act that destroyed their name and made them into a number would not be my first, second, or third choice, but ... See more »


Project Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (1988-1993). See more »

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