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The Liberation of Auschwitz (includes 1945 original Red Army footage)
23 January 2015
Warning – This historical documentary contains some explicit scenes that are of a violent nature and may be disturbing to some viewers!
This film contains footage taken by Soviet cameramen after the liberation of the Auschwitz camp in January 27, 1945.
Among other things, it depicts the camp area immediately after entry by the First Ukrainian Front of the Red Army.
Documentary pictures are interspersed with an interview with Alexander Vorontzov, the cameraman who accompanied the Red Army soldiers and did most of the filming. The whole is accompanied by commentary describing, among others, the selection and extermination process, medical experiments and everyday life in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The film was previously released in 1985, for the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the camp. The commentary accompanying the current edition…
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