During early WW 2, the cynical proprietor of Rick’s Cafe in Casablanca is asked for help by a number of refugees from Nazism, including his former lover.
True story of how 13-year-old Fanny Ben Ami was put in charge of children fleeing from the Nazis through France to reach sanctuary in Switzerland.
A dramatized documentary pairing the story of a UK propaganda team with that of theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer & his friends prior to the latter’s execution.
With no commentary Marshall Curry lets his edited together news clips tell the story of the pro-Nazi rally staged by the American Bund at Madison Garden in 1939.
The story of Czech martyr Milada Horáková, from her pre-WW 2 attempt to warn the British of Hitler’s intentions, through her imprisonment by Nazis & Communists, including the impact on her family.
The true story of how 2 Dutch brothers, both bankers, managed to fool the Nazis & finance the resistance during WW 2.
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.
While directing Casablanca Michael Curtiz has to deal with an interfering government official, his estranged daughter, & how to end the film.
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.
Though some grow weary of films dealing with the concentration camps of the Holocaust, I believe we should welcome each as one more piece of evidence of the toxic end result of anti-Semitism. And in the case of Spanish director Mar Targarona’s film, for the additional information about a particular group of her countrymen who …