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In the Shadow of the Reich: Nazi Medicine/The Cross and the Star [DVD]
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Special Features

  • Bonus short: A Window Into the Camps
  • Inside the Reich: A Photographic Tour
  • Director biography & filmography


Nazi Medicine: In the Shadow of the Reich
One of the many horrors of the Nazi concentration camps was the practice of so-called research and therapeutic medicine. Using camp inmates as subjects, from Jewish people to the mentally and physically handicapped, medical doctors performed operations and experiments, often without any kind of anaesthesia. Graphic photography and personal accounts tell this story of how doctors, charged with saving human lives, abused their trust and broke their oath to further the Nazi agenda. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi

The Cross and the Star: Jews, Christians and the Holocaust
Many of the possible roots of anti-Semitism so gruesomely acted upon during the Holocaust are examined during this program. Find out what types of propaganda films and other materials came out early enough for Christians and others to have possibly intervened earlier to limit the casualties. Pogrom's survivors discuss how their faith was thoroughly challenged by this period in history. John Michalczyk, a former Jesuit priest, made this film in an effort to promote dialogue on this topic among all citizens of the world. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi

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