Artikelnummer 184
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While most of the world was content in deluding themselves into believing that the deportation of the Jews "to the East" meant nothing more than their resettlement and utilization in labor camps by the Germans, some people still dared to say out loud that the Germans were practicing genocide against the deportees.  Meant to quell these rumors and to aid in the smooth functioning of the deportation of the Jews, the Nazis set up a "model ghetto" in Terezin, north of Prague in the early 1940s.  Its existence was meant to prove to the world that the Jews were being handled correctly and that the stories about atrocities were just Allied propaganda.  But the so-called model ghetto in the Protektorat was a sham:  in back alleys, out of sight of the very few visitors who were allowed to tour Theresienstadt, were the overcrowded and filthy barracks, which held the starving populace, waiting for their turn to be deported to the East ... and the gas chambers of the extermination camps in occupied Poland.

This DVD tells the story of Theresienstadt, containing rare footage, interviews and even pictures of the ghetto memorial as it looks like today. 

WARNING:  SOME OF THE SCENES IN THIS DVD ARE VERY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING.

DVD-R IS IN ENGLISH.  Approximately 72 minutes.   Overall, very good quality.  Can be played in any DVD player (zero region).