There are a great many films dealing with anti-Semitism and the Holocaust readily available to watch this Thursday, April 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day. Many of them tell heroic stories of those who tried to save as many Jews as possible, calling to mind what Fred Rogers said when asked what to tell a child during …
This TV film is based on a real life German countess living in Berlin who loves a Jewish writer and helped save 60 Jews from Nazi deportation during WW 2.
A working-class German couple during WW 2 write & distribute around Berlin almost 300 postcard denouncing Hitler and the war–and pay the penalty for their protest.
The story of how Austrian farmer Franz Jägerstätter refused to salute Hitler or serve in the army, resulting in his martyrdom.
Near the end of WW 2 10-year-old Jojo adores Hitler, whom he imagines is his companion, but changes when he meets the Jewish girl his mother has hidden in their house.
Stories of 5 Hollywood directors who volunteered to film WW 2 & how the war changed them & their films changed the world, told by 5 contemporary directors.
During May of 1940 new PM Winston Churchill holds out against powerful foes who want to sue for peace with Hitler rather than stand & fight, mostly alone.
Early during WW 2 SS Capt. Brandt, head of the security detail for ex-Kaiser Wilhelm II, falls in love with a Jewish maid who is a spy, & must choose duty or love & the right.
Catch this fascinating German film while it’s still in theaters. (5 stars!) Click the image to read my entire review.
Race is about the races Jesse Owens won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics as well as the prejudice of both Nazis & Americans against his African American race..