- A documentary featuring interviews with Jan Karski, Gerhart Riegner, Jan Nowak and Wladislav Bartoszewski, who were among the handful of eyewitnesses who first brought news of the Nazi extermination camps and the genocide of the European Jews during WWII to the attention of Western leaders. The failure of the U.S. or Britain to act on the information is examined, and two former U.S. State Dept. employees discuss these failures.
- New York, N.Y. : Filmakers Library, 
- United States
- Other Authors/Editors
- Lindwer, Willy.
Filmakers Library, inc.
AVA Productions (Netherlands)
Camera, Harry König, Ray Brislin, Frank Moll ; editor, Nathalie Gerritsen.