Coming to grips with a civilization destroyed.
Liberating the camps, and the Nuremberg trials. (Viewer discretion is advised.)
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.
An Iron Curtain goes up in eastern Europe, and the United Nations seeks a solution in Palestine.
The impact of Zionism on Reform, Orthodox, and Sefardic Jewry.
World powers endorse the formation of a Jewish state.
The Zionist enterprise gives rise to massive anti-Semitism in Arab countries.
Jewish settlements are attacked by various Arab legions.
Arab leaders promise to “liberate the land.”
The British evacuate the Galilee region, while Jews disagree over the nature of the future state.