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To bear witness

Using as a framework the International Liberators Conference, recounts the liberation of the Nazi death camps. Includes interviews with liberators from some of the fourteen armies, as well as with the survivors. Rare historic footage is shown.

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  • "Bear witness"@en
  • "World War II"
  • "Holocaust"

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  • "Using as a framework the International Liberators Conference, recounts the liberation of the Nazi death camps. Includes interviews with liberators from some of the fourteen armies, as well as with the survivors. Rare historic footage is shown."@en
  • "Focuses on the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps by the Allied Armies in 1945. Captures the emotional reunions of survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust and the men and women who liberated the camps. Includes archival film footage, still photographs from personal archives, and excerpts of a speech by Elie Wiesel."
  • "Focuses on the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps by the Allied Armies in 1945. Captures the emotional reunions of survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust and the men and women who liberated the camps. Includes archival film footage, still photographs from personal archives, and excerpts of a speech by Elie Wiesel."@en
  • "Captures the emotional reunion of Nazi concentration camp survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust."@en
  • "Captures the emotional reunion of Nazi concentration camp survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust."
  • "Powerful documentary about a little-known aspect of the Holocaust -- the liberation of Nazi concentration camps by Allied armies in 1945. Combines scenes of the First International Liberators Conference (which provided a unique forum for reunions between survivors of the camps and their liberators) with archival footage of the actual events to document both the exhilaration and the shock and horror of the liberation."
  • "Author Elie Wiesel presents a documentary on the Holocaust through the eyes of both survivors and liberators from fourteen countries. Includes captured Nazi footage and still photographs from personal archives."
  • "Author Elie Wiesel presents a documentary on the Holocaust through the eyes of both survivors and liberators from fourteen countries. Includes captured Nazi footage and still photographs from personal archives."@en
  • "Focuses on the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps by the Allied Armies in 1945. Captures the emotional reunions of survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust and the men and women who liberated the camps. Includes captured Nazi footage and still photographs from personal archives. Presented Elie Wiesel."@en
  • "Focuses on the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps by the Allied Armies in 1945. Captures the emotional reunions of survivors and liberators at the First International Liberators Conference and explores the still painful memories of those who survived the Holocaust and the men and women who liberated the camps. Includes archival film footage, still photographs from personal archives, and excerpts of a speech by Elie Wiesel. Includes "Seeds of destiny", a 20-minute documentary produced by the Army Pictorial Service in 1946, which focuses on Nazi Germany's plan to subjugate its European neighbors through systematic malnutrition."
  • "A chronicle of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council and its meeting of holocaust eyewitnesses. An attempt to record the memories to warn against genocide in the future."

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  • "Interviews"
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  • "Personal narratives"

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  • "To Bear Witness"
  • "To bear witness"
  • "To bear witness"@en