Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|WWII - Nazi Concentration Camps / Nuremburg Trials |
Director: George C. Stevens
Genres: Documentary, Military & War
No Description Available. Genre: Documentary Rating: NR Release Date: 30-OCT-2007 Media Type: DVD
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Roger Long | Port Clinton, OH USA | 01/16/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Perhaps it is just as well that this is grainy and sometimes out of focus, because the scenes are so horrifying. The documentary was made by the U.S. Government as an overview of what American soldiers found when they liberated Nazi concentration camps. It would have been extremely difficult to fake any of the scenes.
I've talked with soldiers who were there, who took pictures and listened to the pleas of the living. They also smelled the camps, and that cannot be conveyed in this grainy DVD. Still, it is bad enough.
This is not a comprehensive or in-depth depiction, but it is as much as I can stand to watch. How anyone could deny that the Holocaust happened boggles the mind."
A good video. Reminds us not to forget.
J. MANDON | L.A., CA | 07/03/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is a very graphic video but it's an important work historically speaking because it reminds us not to forget what happened in the holocaust and why it must never happen again."
Margot Terry | 09/13/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This illustrates what mankind can inflict not only on Jewish people, but Catholics, Gypsies,Russians, Germans, and dissenters. Our Lord came and told us the greatest commandmet is to love one another as Christ has loved us. May we never forget, and stop inflicting torture, persecution, and death on others in the name of anything we choose. What goes around comes around. After the WW2 Peace, the Germans struggled with the Berlin Wall etc. It is time to honor others however different, embrace them as children of the Almighty, and not feel driven to Kill them. This film is gruesome and very unflatering to the captors. They were abusive beyond human comprehension. It is a tragedy. May we learn and turn toward embracing and empowering people with their particular talents. Thank you, Margot Terry"