Choosing One?s Way

Author : Ted Kay

Available : Rented
Age Group :Adults
The focus of this powerful documentary is a heretofore little-known story of resistance at Auschwitz, as told by thirteen survivors. The inmates succeeded in destroying Crematorium #4 by smuggling gun powder from a nearby munitions factory. Through the cooperation of the Auschwitz Museum archives, previously unavailable footage is featured here for the very first time. Filmed on location by the award-winning team of Ted Kay and Allen Secher. Narrated by Ellen Burstyn. Winner of the Hugo Award, 1994 Chicago Film Festival ISBN 1-56082-143-4 30 min., #640, B&W

The focus of this powerful documentary is a heretofore little-known story of resistance at Auschwitz, as told by thirteen survivors. The inmates succeeded in destroying Crematorium #4 by smuggling gun powder from a nearby munitions factory. Through the cooperation of the Auschwitz Museum archives, previously unavailable footage is featured here for the very first time. Filmed on location by the award-winning team of Ted Kay and Allen Secher. Narrated by Ellen Burstyn. Winner of the Hugo Award, 1994 Chicago Film Festival ISBN 1-56082-143-4 30 min., #640, B&W

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