In 1945, camera crews went with the American and British armies in the nazis death camps and filmed the horror they found there. A group of directors among whom was Alfred Hichcock developed a script to present these horrors and be sure that people remember. Forty-eight years later it came out from the cave of the Imperial War Museum and was edited as forecast. Written by
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This film was planned to be six reels, but the sixth reel - made by Soviet cinematographers filming the liberation of concentration camps near the Russian front - was taken back to the USSR in 1945 and not included in the 1985 release. See more
Auschwitz. The most up-to-date institution was better equipped for killing. Transports of prisoners from all over occupied Europe were went for extermination in one of the special Vernichtungslager. Here, 4 million people were murdered. As many men, women, and children as you could pack into a great city.
Edited into Memory of the Camps