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1966 58 min
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Documentaire retraçant le voyage qu'ont effectué en Allemagne, au cours de l'été 1965, trente Juifs d'Amérique parmi lesquels un Canadien, Bernard Laufer. Ils revoient Dachau, Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen où ils ont échappé de justesse à la mort. En outre, sont présentés des séquences du procès de Francfort et des témoignages d'Allemands.

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Documentaire retraçant le voyage qu'ont effectué en Allemagne, au cours de l'été 1965, trente Juifs d'Amérique parmi lesquels un Canadien, Bernard Laufer. Ils revoient Dachau, Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen où ils ont échappé de justesse à la mort. En outre, sont présentés des séquences du procès de Francfort et des témoignages d'Allemands.
  • director
    Donald Brittain
    John Spotton
  • producer
    John Kemeny
  • script
    Donald Brittain
  • photography
    John Spotton
  • editing
    John Spotton
  • sound
    Roger Hart
  • sound effects
    Jean-Pierre Joutel
    John Knight
  • sound mixer
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux
  • narration
    Gilles Pelletier
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    Karl Duplessis

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Ages 12 to 17
Discuss Hitler and his stance on the Jews in Germany, including his famous memorandum. Explain why former Jewish prisoners would return to Germany and the Bergen-Belsen camp years later. Why is it important to remember the atrocities of war? Research the life of Anne Frank. Comment on the fact that the once horrifying camps have been transformed into gardens for tourists.
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