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Two Jews meet with a Polish courier during the Grossaktion Warsaw in summer 1942, imploring him to tell the world what was happening to Jews.
Rita Lurie, Holocaust survivor, explains what her life after the end of World War II.
Rita Lurie describes her experiences as a child hiding from the Nazis and Polish farmers.
Former Jewish partisan Frank Blaichman discusses how partisans persevered in the face of challenging weather, hunger, and suffering.
Former Jewish partisan Sonia Orbuch describes providing medical care to sick and wounded partisans.
Writer Jesús Colón reflects on an incident on a subway ride in New York City.
Former Jewish partisans describe their constant struggle for food.
Former Jewish partisans recall the challenges of treating wounded and sick partisans.
Former Jewish partisans describe the various ways they found shelter while avoiding detection by the Germans.
Former Jewish partisans describe surviving harsh weather conditions while living in the forest resisting the Germans.
Doc Miller introduces a class that he taught about Stanley Milgram's obedience experiment.
Social psychologist James Edward Waller uses the stories of the Nazis at Nuremburg to discuss human capacity for evil.