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The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Archival film footage, authentic still photographs and actual testimonies of survivors help us to understand that brief and courageous chapter in Jewish history. Beginning with the Nazi invasion of Poland, we are led step by step through the deportations, life in the ghetto, the formation of a resistance organization and finally, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.  Produced by the Ghetto Fighters' House at Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot.

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ISBN 1-56082-104-0
23 min., #626, Color,
English language narration, DVD, $39.95


Not Like Sheep to the Slaughter:
The Story of the Bialystok Ghetto

In the summer of 1943, a small group of resistance fighters led by 24 year old Mordechai Tenenbaum, attempted to thwart the Nazi plan to eradicate the Bialystok ghetto.  With few arms and little assistance from the outside, these courageous fighters resisted the Nazis with incredible resolve.  In light of newly uncovered evidence from that period, survivors and witnesses, provide us with keen insight into what took place.

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ISBN 1-56082-084-5
150 min., #615, Color and B&W, DVD, $49.95



Choosing One's Way:
Resistance in Auschwitz/Birkenau
The focus of this powerful documentary is a heretofore little-known story of resistance at Auschwitz, as told by thirteen survivors.  The inmates succeeded in destroying Crematorium #4 by smuggling gun powder from a nearby munitions factory.  Through the cooperation of the Auschwitz Museum archives, previously unavailable footage is featured here for the very first time. Filmed on location by the award-winning team of Ted Kay and Allen Secher. Narrated by Ellen Burstyn.

Winner of the Hugo Award, Chicago Film Festival

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ISBN 1-56082-143-4
30 min., #640, B&W, DVD, $39.95



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