Still in the camp at Theresienstadt, where prominent Jews have been interned, Natalie and Aaron have to deal with the fact that more and more of ghetto residents are being shipped to ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Victor 'Pug' Henry
... Natalie Henry
... Byron Henry
... Pamela Tudsbury
... Rhoda Henry
... Leslie Slote
... Janice Henry
... 'Lady' Aster
... Avram Rabinovitz (credit only)
... Berel Jastrow
... Philip Rule
... Harry Hopkins
... Brig. Gen. Armin Von Roon (credit only)
... Adolf Hitler (credit only)
... Winston Churchill


Still in the camp at Theresienstadt, where prominent Jews have been interned, Natalie and Aaron have to deal with the fact that more and more of ghetto residents are being shipped to concentration camps in the East. Berel Jastrow is now part of the Prague underground and offers to take Louis out of the camp. When Natalie and Louis are ordered transferred to Auschwitz, Aaron tries to bribe the new camp Kommandant. Byron is now the executive officer on his submarine and he learns that his friend Aster has been having an affair with his sister-in-law, Janice. In Moscow, Pug tells Pamela Tudsbury that he is still receiving anonymous letters about Rhoda's infidelity and that he has decided to return to Washington to find out for himself what is going on. He also has to do business with Rhoda's new friend, Col. Hack Harrison. Written by garykmcd

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7 May 1989 (USA)  »

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Milton Johns--triumphant as Adolf Eichmann
1 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

This whole mini-series is quite excellent, but my hat goes off especially to Milton Johns for his chilling rendition of the Nazi demon Adolf Eichmann. He appears twice in the series as this character--in episode 2 and here in episode 8. The whole series is quite amazing but his portrayal of Eichmann is perhaps the best performance of the whole series. Kudos as well for Jane Seymour as Natalie--it would risk a serious spoiler to specify her excellence. This and its prequel "Winds of War" represent historical fiction at its best on the small screen. As a great admirer of Robert Mitchum, I must say this was a great offering to his fans in his twilight. Hard to believe, if it IS true, that he never won an Oscar. Maybe that arrest in the 50s for pot just ruined him in the eyes of the conservative members of the Academy. He would be my #1 nomination for a posthumous recognition award for lifetime achievement. I searched this out to find additional works of Mr. Johns, but unfortunately he seems not to have done much outside of British TV. If anyone knows any other great performances of his, please let me know.

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