In 1938 Berlin, Germany, a cat sees Rosenstrasse change from a peaceful neighborhood of Jews and
Gentiles to an unfriendly place where, one November night, men in brown shirts destroy Jewish-owned
businesses and arrest or kill Jewish people. Includes Teacher Resource.
Marcel Marceau, the world's most famous mime, enthralled audiences around the world for more than
fifty years. When he waved his hand or lifted his eyebrow he was able to speak volumes without ever saying a word. But few know the story of the man behind those gestures.
Anne Frank's diary telling the story of her years in hiding from the Nazis has affected millions of people. But what was she like as a small girl, at home with her family and friends; at play and at school? And how did an ordinary little girl come to live such an extraordinary and tragically short life?
Miep Gies, who as a girl was a refugee during World War I, recognized that the world had once again become a dark place. Especially in danger were Jewish people during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, like her boss's family. This is the story of how Miep helped hide the Frank family
The astonishing true story of Hitler's private secretary coming to terms with working for unspeakable evil
after remaining silent for nearly 60 years. Traudl Junge was Adolf Hitler's secretary from 1942 until the
end of the war. He dictated his last will and testament to her. She refused to speak publicly about her
memories, keeping silent about her life, her trials and tribulations, until now, the end of her life.
Run time: 87 minutes
Two true stories about couples who help save victims of the Holocaust. The first story is about a Dutch couple who place their own family in peril by giving lodging to many Jews in their house. The second is about a childless couple who take care of eighty boys in a school, most of them Jews.
Run time: 109 minutes