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Deaf Austrians and National Socialism Gehörlose Österreicherinnen und Österreicher im Nationalsozialismus.

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    "The eight films on this DVD document and explain the main aspects of National Socialist rule in the context of the Austrian Deaf community. 24 Deaf witnesses sign about their lives under the Nazi regime and in WW 2 while a signing narrator guides the viewers through the films. The films do not require previous knowledge and can therefore be used in educational contexts."--Disc container.
    Variant Title
    Gehörlose Österreicherinnen und Österreicher im Nationalsozialismus
    Format
    Video
    Published
    [Wien : Universität Wien], c2009
    Locale
    Austria
    Contents
    Schools
    War
    NS euthanasia
    Forced sterilization
    Resistance
    Deaf clubs
    Camps
    Shoa.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Krausneker, Verena.
    Schalber, Katharina.
    Universität Wien.
    Notes
    Schools -- War -- NS euthanasia -- Forced sterilization -- Resistance -- Deaf clubs -- Camps -- Shoa.
    Producers/directors, Verena Krausneker and Katharina Schalber.
    DVD. PAL format, playable on computer DVD drive.
    In Austrian Sign Language with choice of English or German subtitles.

    Physical Details

    Language
    Sign languages
    Physical Description
    1 videodisc (ca. 216 min.) : si., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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