During his reign of power, Adolf Hitler received countless personal letters from Germans in their homeland and around the globe. Recently, a cache of someHitler fan letters was discovered in a secret archive in Russia.
Filmmakers Michael Kloft and Mathias von der Heide use a representative selection of these to illustrate how the Germans felt about their leader and how great a hold their Fuhrer had over them.
Filmmaker Doug Shultz's stirring documentary follows American conductor Murry Sidlin and his chorus as they travel to Terezin, the Nazi concentration camp located near Prague, to perform Verdi's "Requiem" as a memorial to the Jews who were imprisoned there from to In particular, the concert is intended to pay tribute to and recognize the heroism of Raphael Schachter, the Jewish musician and conductor who organized a chorus of imprisoned Jews to perform Verdi's passionate "Catholic Mass" 15 times as an expression of defiance against Nazi authority, cruelty and horrors at Terezin, which was under the command of the notorious Adolf Eichmann.
Schachter's final performance was for the Swiss Red Cross investigators who accepted the Nazi propaganda that Terezin was established to protect Jews and failed to understand that the Jews imprisoned there were using the music as a plea and a demand for rescue and retribution. Fumiko Ishioka, a curator at the Tokyo Holocaust Resource Center, was so curious about a battered suitcase she received to be put on display with the museum's collection that she decided she must find out more about its owner, whose name was painted in white letters on the suitcase's cover: Hana.
As Ishioka found out, Hana Brady was a young and vivacious Jewish girl who'd been transported from her parents' home in Prague to the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz, where she'd perished. Ishioka shared Hana's story with Japanese children as a lesson to teach them about tolerance and having respect for other cultures. Eventually, Hana's story became a bestselling book titled "Hana's Suitcase," which is the primary resource for filmmaker Larry Weinstein's documentary. It's hard to imagine what it might be like to be born the progeny of Holocaust perpetrators and to grow up with the knowledge that your forebears were responsible for one of the most harrowing genocides in human history.
Hitler had no children of his own, but "Hitler's Children" focuses on several of the heirs of members of Hitler's high command and reveals the shame and anguish that their ancestral legacy has caused them throughout their lives.
They grew up within the Third Reich's inner circle, some of them in Hitler's presence, others living in the very shadow of the chimneys that towered over Nazi extermination camps.
They were children and not responsible Nazi policies toward Jews, Poles, homosexuals and others who were persecuted and slaughtered by the Germans during World War IIyet they bear infamous family names, carry their genes, have personal memories of the Third Reich and events associated with the Holocaust, and they now live their lives with the full knowledge of their ancestral legacy of evil.
Northeast of Berlin sits Weissensee Jewish Cemetery, a quiet, peaceful acre retreat that holds the graves ofpeople and houses a remarkable archive of family histories dating back to the s, when the burial ground was established. It has withstood all of the warfare and social unrest that swept over Europe during the ensuing decades, including the Nazi regime.
It's miraculous that the Nazis did not seize, loot and destroy Weissensee Jewish Cemetery as they did other centers of Jewish tradition and culture.
Some say it is because the Nazis were extremely superstitious and feared ghosts. Produced by the Simon Wiesenthal Center's documentary division, the film is an in-depth study of how Herzl's vision was affected by the blatant anti-Semitism rising throughout Europe.
But precisely because of the Soviet Union's vast resources, "[v]ictory would have to be swift". As German troops advanced, the mass shooting of "anti-German elements" was assigned, as in Poland, to the Einsatzgruppenthis time under the command of Reinhard Heydrich. By the end of the war, they had killed around two million, including about 1.
In Lithuania, Latvia and western Ukraine, locals were deeply involved; Latvian and Lithuanian units participated in the murder of Jews in Belarus, and in the south, Ukrainians killed about 24, Jews.
Some Ukrainians went to Poland to serve as guards in the camps. Typically, victims would undress and give up their valuables before lining up beside a ditch to be shot, or they would be forced to climb into the ditch, lie on a lower layer of corpses, and wait to be killed. At first the Einsatzgruppen targeted the male Jewish intelligentsia, defined as male Jews aged 15—60 who had worked for the state and in certain professions the commandos would describe them as "Bolshevist functionaries" and similarbut from August they began to murder women and children too.
All Jews must be shot. Drive the female Jews into the swamps. According to Dan Stonethe murder of Jews in Romania was "essentially an independent undertaking". Jews were forced from government service, pogroms were carried out, and by March all Jews had lost their jobs and had their property confiscated. Bulgaria introduced anti-Jewish measures between andwhich included a curfew, the requirement to wear a yellow star, restrictions on owning telephones or radios, the banning of mixed marriages except for Jews who had converted to Christianityand the registration of property.
All 11, Jews from the annexed territories were sent to their deaths, and plans were made to deport an additional 6,—8, Bulgarian Jews from Sofia to meet the quota. Stone writes that Slovakia, led by Roman Catholic priest Jozef Tiso president of the Slovak State—was "one of the most loyal of the collaborationist regimes". It deported 7, Jews in on its own initiative; introduced anti-Jewish Holocaust - EPs Trailer Park - Scissors & Knives (CDr in ; and by the autumn of had deported around 60, Jews to ghettos and concentration camps in Poland.
Another 2, were deported and 2, killed that autumn during an uprising, and 13, were deported between October and March Although Hungary expelled Jews who were not citizens from its newly annexed lands init did not deport most of its Jews  until the German invasion of Hungary in March Between 15 May and early July, Jews were deported from Hungary, mostly to Auschwitz, where most of them were gassed; there were four transports a day, each carrying 3, people.
So many died that the marches were stopped. Italy introduced some antisemitic measures, but there was less antisemitism there than in Germany, and Album) countries were generally safer for Jews than those occupied by Germany. There were no deportations of Italian Jews to Germany while Italy remained an ally. In some areas, the Italian authorities even tried to protect Jews, such as in the Croatian areas of the Balkans.
But while Italian forces in Russia were not as vicious towards Jews as the Germans, they did not try to stop German atrocities either. After opposition from both the government and public, eight non-Finnish Jews were deported in late ; only one survived the war. Jews in Shanghai were confined, but despite German pressure they were not killed.
Germany first used concentration camps as places of terror and unlawful incarceration of political opponents. Afterthe economic function of the camps, previously secondary to their penal and terror functions, came to the fore. Forced labor of camp prisoners became commonplace. Transportation to and between camps was often carried out in closed freight cars with littie air or water, long delays and prisoners packed tightly. Red signified a political prisoner, Jehovah's Witnesses had purple triangles, "asocials" and criminals wore black and green, and gay men wore pink.
When America declared war, he blamed the Jews. Nearly three years earlier, on 30 JanuaryHitler had told the Reichstag : "if the international Jewish financiers in and outside Europe should succeed in plunging the nations once more into a world war, then the result will be not the Bolshevising of the earth, and thus a victory of Jewry, but the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe!
On that day, Hitler gave a speech in his private apartment at the Reich Chancellery to senior Nazi Party leaders: the Reichsleiterthe most senior, and the Gauleiterthe regional leaders. He warned the Jews that if they were to cause another world war, it would lead to their destruction.
Those were not empty words. Now the world war has come. The destruction of the Jews must be its necessary consequence. We cannot be sentimental about it. Christopher Browning argues that Hitler gave no order during the Reich Chancellery meeting but did make clear that he had intended his warning to the Jews to be taken literally, and he signaled to party leaders that they could give appropriate orders to others.
Four days after Hitler's meeting with party leaders, Hans FrankGovernor-General of the General Government area of occupied Poland, who was at the meeting, spoke to district governors: "We must put an end to the Jews I will in principle proceed only on the assumption that they will disappear.
They must go. Browning interprets this as a meeting to discuss how to justify and speak about the killing. A month later, invitations were sent out again, this time for 20 January. Copy no. There was also discussion about whether to include the German Mischlinge half-Jews. Under proper guidance, in the course of the Final Solution, the Jews are to be allocated for appropriate labor in the East.
Able-bodied Jews, separated according to sex, will be taken in large work columns to these areas for work on roads, in the course of which action doubtless a large portion will be eliminated by natural causes. The possible final remnant will, since it will undoubtedly consist of the most resistant portion, have to be treated accordingly because it is the product of natural selection and would, if released, act as the seed of a new Jewish revival.
See the experience of history. In the course of the practical execution of the Final Solution, Europe will be combed through from west to east. Germany proper, including the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moraviawill have to be handled first due to the housing problem and additional social and political necessities. The evacuated Jews will first be sent, group by group, to so-called transit ghettos, from which they will be transported to the East.
At the end of in occupied Poland, the Germans began building additional camps or expanding existing ones. Auschwitzfor example, was expanded in October by building Auschwitz II-Birkenau a few kilometers away. The camps in Austria, Germany and Poland all had gas chambers to kill inmates deemed unable to work.
Christian Gerlach writes that over three million Jews were murdered inthe year that "marked the peak" of the mass murder. To prevent panic, they were told the gas chambers were showers or delousing chambers. At Auschwitz, after the chambers were filled, the doors were shut and pellets of Zyklon-B were dropped into the chambers through vents,  releasing toxic prussic acid.
In earlynew gas chambers and crematoria were built to accommodate the numbers. At Treblinka, to calm the victims, the arrival platform was made to look like a train station, complete with fake clock.
There was almost no resistance in the ghettos in Poland until the end of The best known is the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in Aprilwhen the Germans arrived to send the remaining inhabitants to extermination camps. From behind the screen of smoke and fire, in which the ranks of fighting Jewish partisans are dying, the legend of the exceptional fighting qualities of the Germans is being undermined. The fighting Jews have won for us what is most Album) the truth about the weakness of the Germans.
During a revolt in Treblinka on 2 Augustinmates killed five or six guards and set fire to camp buildings; several managed to escape. According to Yitzhak Aradthis was the highest number of SS officers killed in a single revolt.
Estimates of Jewish participation in partisan units throughout Europe range from 20, toThe Polish government-in-exile in London learned about Auschwitz from the Polish leadership in Warsawwho from late "received a continual flow of information" about the camp, according to historian Michael Fleming. An inmate until he escaped in Aprilhis mission was to set up a resistance movement ZOWprepare to take over the camp, and smuggle out information about it.
The notes were based on reports about mass graves and bodies surfacing from pits and quarries in areas the Red Army had liberated, as well as witness reports from German-occupied areas.
His report, known by his pseudonym as the Grojanowski Reporthad reached London by June There are different methods of execution. Prisoners condemned to death by the Gestapo are murdered by the first two methods. Fleming writes that the latter was sent to the Polish Embassy in the United States.
Winston Churchill received it, and Anthony Eden presented it to the British cabinet. On 17 December11 Allies issued the Joint Declaration by Members of the United Nations condemning the "bestial policy of cold-blooded extermination".
The British and American governments were reluctant to publicize the intelligence they had received. The SS liquidated most of the Jewish ghettos of the General Government area of Poland in — and shipped their populations to the camps for extermination. By it was evident to the armed forces leadership that Germany was losing the war.
As the Soviet armed forces advanced, the SS closed down the camps in eastern Poland and made efforts to conceal what had happened. The gas chambers were dismantled, the crematoria dynamited, and the mass graves dug up and corpses cremated. Some went by truck or wagons; others were marched the entire distance to the new camp.
Those who lagged behind or fell were shot. The first major camp to be encountered by Allied troops, Majdanekwas discovered by the advancing Soviets, along with its gas chambers, on 25 July The British 11th Armoured Division found around 60, prisoners 90 percent Jews when they liberated Bergen-Belsen,   as well as 13, unburied corpses; another 10, people died from typhus or malnutrition over the following weeks. Here over an acre of ground lay dead and dying people. You could not see which was which.
The living lay with their heads against the corpses and around them moved the awful, ghostly procession of emaciated, aimless people, with nothing to do and with no hope of life, unable to move out of your way, unable to look at the terrible sights around them Babies had been born here, tiny wizened things that could not live. A mother, driven mad, screamed at a British sentry to give her milk for her child, and thrust the tiny mite into his arms. He opened the bundle and found the baby had been dead for days.
This day at Belsen was the most horrible of my life. The Jews killed represented around one third of world Jewry  and about two-thirds of European Jewry, based on a pre-war estimate of 9. The death camps in occupied Poland accounted for half the Jews killed. Death rates were heavily dependent on the survival of European states willing to protect their Jewish citizens.
The survival of Jews in countries where states survived demonstrates, writes Christian Gerlach"that there were limits to German power" and that the influence of non-Germans—governments and others—was "crucial". The Nazis regarded the Slavs as Untermenschen subhuman. Over villages had their populations killed and at least 5, Belarusian settlements were destroyed.
According to Timothy Snyderof nine million people in Soviet Belarus inaround 1. Hitler made clear that Polish workers were to be kept in what Robert Gellately called a "permanent condition of inferiority". He wanted to restrict non-Germans in the conquered territories to an elementary-school education that would teach them how to write their names, count up towork hard, and obey Germans. Others died in massacres or in uprisings such as the Warsaw Uprisingwhere ,—, were killed.
German communists, socialists and trade unionists were among the earliest opponents of the Nazis  and among the first to be sent to concentration camps. Aroundgay men were arrested in Germany and 50, jailed between and ; 5,—15, are thought to have been sent to concentration camps, where they were identified by a pink triangle on their camp clothes. It is not known how many died. There were 5,—25, Afro-Germans in Germany when the Nazis came to power.
The Nuremberg trials were a series of military tribunals held after the war by the Allies in NurembergGermany, to prosecute the German leadership. The first was the — trial of 22 political and military leaders before the International Military Tribunal. The indictments were for participation in a common plan or conspiracy for the accomplishment of a crime against peace ; planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression and other crimes against peace; war crimes ; and crimes against humanity.
The tribunal passed judgements ranging from acquittal to death by hanging. Ribbentrop, the judgement declared, "played an important part in Hitler's 'final solution of the Jewish question'". The subsequent Nuremberg trialsHolocaust - EPs Trailer Park - Scissors & Knives (CDr, —, tried another defendants.
In Mossad agents captured Adolf Eichmann in Argentina and brought him to Israel to stand trial on 15 indictments, including war crimes, crimes against humanity, and crimes against the Jewish people.
He was convicted in December and executed in June Eichmann's trial and death revived interest in war criminals and the Holocaust in general. Israelis were divided about the idea of taking money from Germany. In the early decades of Holocaust studiesscholars approached the Holocaust as a genocide unique in its reach and specificity; Nora Levin called the "world of Auschwitz" a "new planet.
Ernst Nolte triggered the Historikerstreit in June with an article in the conservative newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung : "The past that will not pass: A speech that could be written but no longer delivered".
He compared "the guilt of the Germans" to the Nazi idea of "the guilt of the Jews", Album) argued that the focus on the Final Solution overlooked the Nazi's euthanasia program and treatment of Soviet POWs, as well as post-war issues such as the Vietnam War and Soviet—Afghan War. Was the Bolshevik murder of an entire class not the logical and factual prius of the 'racial murder' of National Socialism?
Was Auschwitz perhaps rooted in a past that would not pass? Nolte's arguments were viewed as an attempt to normalize the Holocaust; one of the debate's key questions, according to historian Ernst Piper, was whether history should "historicize" or "moralize".
Despite the criticism of Nolte, the Historikerstreit put "the question of comparison" on the agenda, according to Dan Stone in Richard J. Evans argued in Thus although the Nazi "Final Solution" was one genocide among many, it had features that made it stand out from all the rest as well.
Unlike all the others it was bounded neither by space nor by time. It was launched not against a local or regional obstacle, but at a world-enemy seen as operating on a global scale. It was set in motion by ideologues who saw world history in racial terms. It was, in part, carried out by industrial methods. These things all make it unique. The figure included one in five people in France aged 18— Four in 10 Austrians said they knew "just a little" about it; 12 percent of young people there said they had never heard of it.
Yad Vashem undated : "The Holocaust was the murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators. Between the German invasion of the Soviet Union in the summer of and the end of the war in Europe in MayNazi Germany and its accomplices strove to murder every Jew under their domination.
The Century Dictionary : "a sacrifice or offering entirely consumed by fire, in use among the Jews and some pagan nations. Figuratively, a great slaughter or sacrifice of life, as by fire or other accident, or in battle. Translation, Avalon Project : "These actions are, however, only to be considered provisional, but practical experience is already being collected which is of the greatest importance in relation to the future final solution of the Jewish question.
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The Polish resistance reportedly smuggled the film, known as the Sonderkommando photographsout of the camp in a toothpaste tube. However, Josef's brother, Moses Weiss owns a pharmacy in Warsaw and when Josef and the Lowys are deported from Germany to Poland—and in the case of the Lowys, with no family or home in Poland to go to, he finds a place for them to stay and Josef gets a job as a doctor in the Warsaw Ghetto hospital.
But, back in Berlin, after Josef's departure, his wife, Berta, and their children, Rudi, and Anna, are forced to "sell" leave their home and Josef's clinic, and move into a small, cramped room in Inga's apartment and rely on Inga and her reluctant, even hostile, Nazi-supporting family for their survival.
Soon afterwards, Rudi runs away, trying to escape the Nazis reach, and with the loss of her father, her brothers and her home, as well as all the other hardships and restrictions imposed on Jewish people, Anna becomes more and more angry and bitter and on New Year's Eve nightshe blows up at her mother and Inga and runs out of the apartment in a huff. Unfortunately, while walking on the streets of Berlin, to try to calm down, Anna is accosted by a bunch of German SA stormtroopers who beat and gang-rape her, and due to the trauma from her assault and rape Anna becomes non-verbal, and virtually catatonic.
Inga takes her to the doctor who recommends putting Anna in a sanatorium for rest and treatment. But instead, the doctor sends her to Hadamar where she and the others needing help, become victims of the Nazi Action T4. Eventually, Berta is also deported from Berlin to Warsaw where she reunites with her husband, Josef, who gets her a job teaching in the ghetto school, and he and Moses become members of the Judenrat Jewish council for the Warsaw Ghetto. All the while, though Karl's wife, Inga, tries desperately to get in touch with him in Buchenwald to no avail.
Inga initially refuses out of loyalty to Karl. Rudi Weiss, having fled from Nazi Germany, ends up in German-occupied Prague in Czechoslovakia where he meets Helena Slomova Tovah Feldshuh a young girl whose parents have been deported. They fall in love and run away together, escaping to the Ukraine where they witness, from a short distance, the Babi Yar massacre and where, while on the run, they are found by Jewish partisansled by Uncle Sasha, a doctor from Koretz who'd lost his family earlier in the war.
Rudi and Helena join these Jewish partisansget married in the partisan camp in the forestand fight for years, alongside the Jewish partisans. When an attempted ambush of German troops fails, Rudi's partisans are annihilated, and Helena is killed. Rudi decides to travel alone back through Europe and find his family. Meanwhile, in Warsaw, after learning the truth about the "resettlement in the East" and what really happened to those who are sent off for "resettlement", Josef, Berta and Moses Weiss, Franz Lowy and others, realize that the SS plans to kill all the Jewish people in Europe as the Final Solutionand they start a resistance movement, and try to save lives in whatever ways they can.
While Josef uses his position as doctor in the Ghetto hospital to rescue Jews from the trains by claiming them having contagious illness, and hiding them in a makeshift clinic in vacant buildings by the train platform.
Lowy, having been a printer, before the war, publishes resistance leaflets. Eventually Josef is caught trying to get Jews off the trains and save them from the Nazi "liquidation" process, and he and Berta, along with Franz and Chana Lowy are deported to Auschwitz. On Passover ofMoses and the others begin fighting back against the Germans.
Moses and the other survivors surrender to SS forces, and are immediately executed by firing squad against a building in Warsaw. After Karl is transferred to Theresienstadt, he is commissioned as an artist. Inga learns that Father Lichtenberg was arrested for speaking out against the Third Reich and other anti-Nazi activities and sent to Dachau. Soon after arriving in Theresienstadt, Inga becomes pregnant with Karl's child. While Theresienstadt is outwardly pleasant, a showpiece to fool Red Cross observers, Karl and the other artists know better, and begin secretly making charcoal drawings depicting the reality of the concentration camps.
The artists refuse to give them any information or aid the investigation in any way, even though they are severely tortured by the Theresienstadt commandant and deputies, to the point of death. Karl, the sole survivor of the arrested artists, is deported to Auschwitz, but not before he learns that Inga is pregnant with his child.
Karl urges her to terminate her pregnancy and not give life to his child to suffer such a hellish existence in concentration camps. Upon arrival at Auschwitz Karl is assigned to the Sonderkommandos crew, and finds out that both his parents were deported to Auschwitz as well.
Before the war can end, both of Karl's parents are killed in Auschwitz. Karl dies shortly before the liberation of the camp. Berta is last seen entering a gas chamber. Josef had been working on a road crew with other Jews, until Dorf reminds his superiors that Jews not be used for slave labor when non-Jewish prisoners are available. Told that he and the others are being taken to be deloused, Josef has no illusions.
He is last seen marching off towards his death with the other prisoners. Karl is found dead in his barracks, slumped over one final sketch. After the war ends, Dorf is captured by the United States Army and told that he will be tried for war crimes. Dorf protests, both that he was mostly an observer, and also that Nazi actions were legitimate. Confronted by American evidence of both the monstrosity of Nazi genocide, and his own active role in carrying it out, Dorf commits suicide, using a cyanide pill hidden in his clothes.
Rudi meets Inga in the liberated Theresienstadt camp, and says he heard what happened to his parents and Karl. Inga says that, despite Karl's telling her not to continue her pregnancy, she had the baby and named him Josef, after her father-in-law. She decides to take her child back to Berlin temporarily, but says she will not be staying there. Rudi's ultimate fate is unknown at the conclusion of the series but the novel by Gerald Greengives more informationbut he is offered a job smuggling orphaned Greek Jewish children into Palestine.
The last scene of this miniseries is of Rudi playing soccer with these children.
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