- Zetl, as the Jewish community of Dzi︠a︡tlava, Belarus, called the town, was once home to a thriving community. After the town was overrun by the Nazis on June 30, 1941, its Jewish leaders formed an underground movement which saved a quarter of the town's 3500 Jewish residents.
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- [Israel] : Vazir Productions, 1992
- Other Authors/Editors
- Brand, Alon.
In English with some Hebrew subtitles.
Digital reproductions are made available for private study, scholarship, and research purposes only.
Director and editor, Alon Brand ; narrator, Alan Barnet.