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Forgotten transports

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    Summary
    Based on 400 hours of interviews recorded in twenty countries on five continents and ten years of work, each of the four films describes one destination of Nazi transports and one unique "mode of survival" in extreme conditions, told for the first time, by Czech and Central European Jews deported to unknown ghettos and camps in Latvia, Belarus, Estonia and Poland.
    Other Title
    Forgotten transports to Latvia.
    Forgotten transports to Estonia.
    Forgotten transports to Belarus.
    Forgotten transports to Poland.
    Format
    Video
    Published
    [Czech Republic] : L. Přibyl : Total Helpart T.H.A., 2008-2009
    Locale
    Czechoslovakia
    Contents
    Disc [1]. To Latvia (86 min.)
    disc [2]. To Estonia
    disc [3]. To Belarus
    disc [4]. To Poland (90 min.)
    Other Authors/Editors
    Přibyl, Lukáš, 1973-
    Total HelpArt T.H.A.
    Notes
    Disc [1]. To Latvia (86 min.) -- disc [2]. To Estonia -- disc [3]. To Belarus -- disc [4]. To Poland (90 min.)
    Story, research, screenplay, and direction, Lukáš Přibyl; cinematography, Jakub Šimunek; editing, Vladimír Barák; music, Petr Ostrouchov.
    In multiple languages with English subtitles.

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    4 videodiscs (ca. 360 min.) : sd., col., b&w : 4 3/4 in.

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