Memory of the camps
Call NumberVideos M
Statement of ResponsibilityWGBH Educational Foundation.
Summary"When allied troops invaded Germany and liberated Nazi death camps at the end of World War II, they found unspeakable horrors that still haunt the world's conscience. In 1945, British and American film crews accompanying the troops liberating the camps captured these atrocities firsthand. The resulting film directed in part by Alfred Hitchcock but never finished, was discovered by Frontline in 1984 in the archives of the Imperial War Museum. Sixty years after the war ended, Frontline now re-broadcasts this powerful memorial in its entirety." —Container
Physical Description 1 videodisc (approximately 60 min.) : sound, colour with black & white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Carrier Typevideodisc (DVD)
LanguageEnglish, Closed captions.
PublisherBoston : WGBH Educational Foundation
Distributor[Alexandria, VA] : PBS Home Video
- Originally broadcast on the television program Frontline;
- Footage provided by the Imperial War Museum London;
- Full screen presentation