Atrocities Of The Third Reich: Volume One
Using previously unpublished photographic documents and statements by witnesses to the events, these film documentaries reconstruct the history of the camps. Their aim is to keep alive the memory of the fate and the inhuman treatment that was suffered.
Holocaust - Dachau And Sachsenhausen
Dachau was one of the worst and most notorious death camps and the scene of hundred of horrendous medical experiments carried out on the 'undesirables' the Nazis sent there. In the last year of the war, more than 40,000 prisoners perished in Dachau.
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was one of the first unofficial concentration camps established by the SA in 1933. The construction of the camp, the day-to-day life in it, and the suffering of the 20,000 prisoners from many countries are the subjects of this film.
Holocaust - Ravensbruck And Buchenwald
In its eight years of existence, approximately 250,000 inmates from thirty-five countries were imprisoned at Buchenwald. The inmates were little more than slaves, working for the Third Reich, and were easily replaced by a regular influx of new prisoners.
Women from more than 20 countries were inmates between the years 1939 and 1945 at the Ravensbruck Camp. Thousands were gassed, strangled, shot, buried alive or worked to death. The inmates would be periodically divided up into sections, and those deemed unable to work would be isolated and killed.