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Interviews with Holocaust witnesses, collaborators, and perpetrators

Film | Film ID: HMM253

A short video highlighting overseas interviews with witnesses, collaborators, and perpetrators created as part of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Oral History program. The 12 minute video combining excerpts of four interviews, three in Polish and one in Lithuanian with a convicted member of a killing squad, has had a wide and powerful impact.

1. Stefan Kucharek, Polish engine driver, shuttled deportation trains between the local railway station and the gate of Treblinka killing center, Poland 1943

2. Aleksandra Nizio and Wiktoria Salega, Polish sisters, as young girls witnessed German mass killing of Jews at Trawniki Camp, Poland, 1943

3. Juozas Aleksynas, Member of 12th Lithuanian Police Battalion employed in German mass shootings of Jews, Belarus 1941

Genre
Compilation reel
Duration
00:08:55
Language
Lithuanian
Polish
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Record last modified: 2018-03-07 13:40:25
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