The Germans Knew about the Holocaust! – War Against Humanity 125



How often have you heard that the German population was unaware of the horrors of the Nazi camp system? Well, the opening months of 1945 destroys that myth once and for all as the SS force hundreds of thousands of Jews and other prisoners to march across the Reich and into the vast network of sub-camps. All of this happens in in full view of the German people.

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Director: Astrid Deinhard
Producers: Astrid Deinhard and Spartacus Olsson
Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard, Indy Neidell, Spartacus Olsson
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Written by: Spartacus Olsson and James Newman
Research by: Gaby Pearce, James Newman and Spartacus Olsson
Map animations by: Daniel Weiss
Map research by: Sietse Kenter
Edited by: Iryna Dulka
Artwork and color grading by: Mikołaj Uchman
Sound design by: Marek Kamiński
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Archive footage: Screenocean/Reuters –

Image sources:
Yad Vashem 16CO5, 16CO3, 18DO2, 18DO4, 7919-1, 256_74
Ralph-Eric Koch
Abrascha Arluk-Lawit
Ullstein Bilderdienst
www.auschwitz.org
Municipal archives Landsberg am Lech
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, provenance of Maria Seidenberger

Soundtracks from Epidemic Sound:
Dark Shadow – Etienne Roussel
Trouble in The Air – Farrell Wooten
End of Luck – Max Anson
Cold Nights – Kikoru
Nothing to Be Scared Of – Kikoru
Night – Edward Karl Hanson
Confession – Edward Karl Hanson
Defeated STEMS INSTRUMENTS – Wendel Scherer
Dark Seas – Michael Rothery
Transfixed – August Wilhelmsson
Firebreak – Edward Karl Hanson

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