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Memory of the Camps

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Source: PBS Video

Although this film was produced in 1945, it was not broadcast until May 7, 1985 to mark the fortieth anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camps. The footage filmed by cameramen with the allied armies includes scenes of the gas chambers, the crematoria, and the starving, haunted survivors in the death camps. Note: This graphic film is not recommended for younger viewers.

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