A moving video filmed at the Holocaust memorial in Miami Beach.
A powerful documentary on the faith and commitment of Holocaust survivors. (53 min. Viewer discretion advised)
The world's biggest graveyard.
The systematic destruction of Poland's largest Jewish community.
Cutting the grass underneath an electrified fence.
The Nazis burned our books, but could not extinguish our souls.
Where cattle cars brought 1.2 million Jews for extermination.
Next time you're having a bad day, think of Barracks-3.
Reflections on the Holocaust from the Jewish Quarter of Krakow.
Nancy and Howard Kleinberg's love story is nothing short of a miracle.
Nicholas Winton meets for the first time the children he secretly saved from the Nazis.
Liberating the camps, and the Nuremberg trials. (Viewer discretion is advised.)
Coming to grips with a civilization destroyed.
The flame that sustained the Jews in the darkest days.
Jewish refugees seek shelter back in Poland or in DP camps.
The survivors' desperate attempts to locate lost relatives.
For fear of jeopardizing oil interests, the British refuse to allow Jews into Israel.
Ben Gurion brought the message of Zionism to the hopeless Holocaust refugees.
The ragtag Jewish underground fights back against 100,000 British personnel.
Jewish refugees make a secret, treacherous journey to the Promised Land.
The British refuse a boatload of desperate Holocaust survivors entry into Israel.
The British arrest Jewish leaders, and Eleanor Roosevelt visits the refugees.
American Jewry gets behind the Zionist cause, as the British defer to the United Nations.