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Randolph Braham (1922–2018)

Randolph Braham was born on December 20, 1922 in Bucuresti, Romania as Ábrahám Adolf. He is known for his work on The Last Days (1998), Eyes of the Holocaust (2000) and Rémálmok nyomában (2004). He was married to Elizabeth. He died on November 25, 2018 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »
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The Last Days Miscellaneous Crew
(1998)
Eyes of the Holocaust Miscellaneous Crew
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(2004)

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 2000 Eyes of the Holocaust (Documentary) (historian - as Dr. Randolph Braham)
 1998 The Last Days (Documentary) (historian - as Dr. Randolph Braham)
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 2004 Rémálmok nyomában
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 1998 The Last Days (Documentary)
Himself - Historian and Holocaust Survivor (as Dr. Randolph Braham)

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He was not allowed to attend high school because he was Jewish, so he studied at home by candlelight. During WWII, he was working as a cabinetmaker's apprentice when he was drafted into a forced-labor unit in the Hungarian army and sent to the Eastern Front. He and and four other Jews eventually escaped into the Hungarian forest. With military police searching for deserters, they found a hut, hid... See more »

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