Inside Alfred Hitchcock’s Lost Holocaust Documentary

It is, perhaps, the greatest documentary never made.

Back in 1945, Sidney Bernstein, the chief of the Psychological Warfare Film Section of the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, was commissioned to create the definitive documentary chronicling the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps. Bernstein’s aim was, in his words, to “prove one day that this had actually happened” and have it serve as “a lesson to all mankind as well as to the Germans.”

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  • soobie

    If only Germany recognizes the Islamics are the same.

  • Santos2

    The comments at The Daily Beast are quite telling. When you read the negative comments there by the usual Jew haters you can’t help but be a little disgusted by the present state of humanity.

    I really wish there was a simple way for a person like myself to track where those nasty commentators live, I really do.

  • marty_p

    They should take Obama and make him watch the film with his eyes forced open like the character in Clockwork Orange

  • disqus_W6sfZCiOd8

    This documentary film should be part of the west’s citizenship education programs.

  • “Memory of the Camps” is one of the most sobering films one could ever see on the Holocaust.

    However, no film now on any genocide would have effect.

  • Petrilla

    Put it in every classroom in the free world much like Al Gores movie was. Let the children and parents and teachers cry. This was true and real, unlike Gore’s great big lie.