Erna Wallisch

Erna Wallisch ( October to February of 1922 – 21 of February of 2008 ) was a criminal Nazi and security guard at two concentration camps during the Holocaust Jew. It is also known as “Hitler’s Witch” because of how severe it was with the prisoners, as well as by the humiliations and humiliations to …

ODESSA

ODESSA ( German : Organization der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen : Organization of Former SS Members ) was a secret collaboration network developed by Nazi groups to help escape SS members from Germany to other countries where they were safe, particularly To Latin America . The organization was used by the novelist Frederick Forsyth in his 1972 …

Robert Ley

Robert Ley ( Niederbreidenbach , Rhineland Prussian War , 15 of February of 1890 – Nuremberg , 25 of October of 1945 ) was a military , pilot , Ph.D., Gauleiter (Political Governor), Reichsleiter (Leader of the Reich) and union leader Germany Nazi . Biography Youth Son of humble parents, he had the possibility of …

Militia Ustacha

The Militia Ustashe ( Ustaška vojnica in Croatian ) was the host of the party Ustashe , established by the fascist regime of Ante Pavelic in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), puppet state of the Axis in Yugoslavia during World War II . Throughout its existence, the Ustacha Militia underwent various reorganizations in its …

Volksliste

The Deutsche Volksliste (German People’s List) was an institution of the Nazi party whose purpose was the classification of the inhabitants of the territories occupied by Germany and in charge of administering and classifying the inhabitants of these territories during the Second World War in categories of Convenience, according to criteria systematized by Heinrich Himmler …

SS-Sturmbrigade Dirlewanger

The SS-Sturmbrigade Dirlewanger , later denominated like 36.Waffen-Grenadier-SS Division was unit SS-Strafbataillon (” Battalion of punishment “) created by the Untersturmführer-SS Oskar Dirlewanger , under the consent of Himmler and that emphasized by its acts Atrocious in Poland and Belarus operating in similar functions as a SonderkommandoEinsatzgruppen during World War II . History In June …

Ante Pavelic

Ante Pavelic ( Bradina , municipality of Konjic , Bosnia and Herzegovina , 14 of July of 1889 – Madrid , Spain , 28 of December of 1959 ) was a politician and dictator Croatian leader and founding member of the terrorist group Fascist Revolutionary Uprising Movement Croatian Ustaša (In Croatian, “rebels” or “uprisings”) in …

Ain-Ervin Mere

Ain-Ervin Mere ( 22 of February of 1903 – Leicester , 5 of April of 1969 ) was a military Estonian higher, spy, official Obersturmbannführer of the SS and director of Group B of the Sicherheitspolizei, Security Police in Estonia, organized by the Authorities of Nazi Germany during the occupation of the Baltic countries in …

Heinz Macher

Heinz Macher ( Chemnitz , Germany , 31 December of 1919 – Schenefeld , Pinneberg , 21 December of 2001 ) was a Sturmbannführer (major) of the Waffen SS , highly decorated in the Eastern Front and second personal assistant Reichsführer-SS , Himmler During World War II . Macher born in the town of Chemnitz …

Richard Glucks

Richard Glücks ( Odenkirchen , Rhine Province , 22 of April of 1889 – Flensburg , October of maypole of 1945 ) was a German officer of the Schutzstaffel (SS) that reached the rank of general. From 1939 until the end of World War II he was head of the SS-Totenkopfverbände and Inspector of the …

Joseph Goebbels

Paul Joseph Goebbels ( Rheydt , 29 of October of 1897 – Berlin , 1 of maypole of 1945 ) was a politician German who served as Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda of the Third Reich between 1933 and 1945. One of the closest collaborators Of Adolf Hitler , 1 Goebbels was known for …

Hermann Göring

Hermann Wilhelm Göring ( Rosenheim , December of January of 1893 – Nuremberg , 15 of October of 1946 ) was a prominent political and military German, member and prominent figure of the Nazi Party , lieutenant of Hitler and supreme commander of the Luftwaffe , Early years Hermann Wilhelm Goering was born in Marienbad …

Amon Göth

Amon Leopold Göth , also written Goeth ( Vienna , November of December of 1908 – Krakow , 13 of September of 1946 ), was an official Austrian of the SSand commander of the concentration camp of Plaszow in occupied Poland by Nazi Germany during the World War II . After the end of the …

Werner Grothmann

Werner Grothmann ( Frankfurt am Main , Germany , 23 of August of 1915 – 26 of February of 2002 ) was a Obersturmbannführer (most) of the Waffen SS and adjutant of Reichsführer-SS , Heinrich Himmler from 1940 until its end in 1945. Biography Grothmann Werner was born in Frankfurt in 1915, in his youth …

Iron Guard (Romania)

The Iron Guard (in Romanian , Garda de Fier ) was a movement fascist , ultranationalist , clericalist and antisemitic Romanian , then become a political party, which existed from 1927 until 1941 . The movement was founded by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu the 24 of July of 1927 under the name Legion of San Miguel …

Hans Günther

Hans Günther ( Erfurt , 22 of August of 1910 – 5 of maypole of 1945 ) was a German officer in the SS Nazis who served as Sturmbannführer ( Major ) and acted as CEO of Adolf Eichmann in the Holocaust Jew of the Second World War . Günther entered the Nazi SS with …

Ernst Heinrichsohn

Ernst Heinrichsohn ( 1920 – 1994 ). German officer belonging to the Nazi SS , who participated in the Jewish Holocaust during World War II . Heinrichsohn who reached the rank of SS Untersturmführer ( Second Lieutenant ) was assistant to Theodor Dannecker and Heinz Röthke until December 1942 . He participated in the Winter …

Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler c ( Braunau am Inn , April 20, 1889- Berlin , April 30, 1945) was a German politician and military officer, imperial chancellor from 1933 and Führer-leader of Germany from 1934 until his death. It brought to power the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazi Party d and led a regime totalitarian …

Karl Hocker

Karl-Friedrich Höcker ( Engershausen , Preußisch Oldendorf , Germany ; November to December of 1911 – Germany , 30 of January of 2000 ) was an SS Obersturmführer (First Lieutenant) and attached to Richard Baer , one of the commanders of the concentration camp Auschwitz I. Youth Being the youngest of six children, Höcker had …

Hermann Höfle

Hermann Julius Hoefle or Höfle ( Salzburg , Austria , 19 of June of 1911 – 20 of August of 1962 ) was an SS Sturmbannführer (Major) delegate SS General Odilo Globocnik in the program Operation Reinhard . Participation in the Holocaust He was born in Salzburg , Austria , Höfle joined the Nazi Party …

Otto Hofmann

Otto Hofmann ( 16 of March of 1896 – 31 of December of 1982 ) was SS-Gruppenführer, General of Division of the SS of Nazi Germany . He joined the Nazi Party under No. 145,729 and the SS under No. 7,646. Ascended to SS Gruppenführer (General of Division SS) 20 of April of 1941 . …

Karl Jäger

Karl Jäger ( Schaffhausen , 20 of September of 1888 – Hohenasperg , 22 of June of 1959 ) was an official Swiss of the SS , and commander of Einsatzkommando 3 Einsatzgruppen A during the Nazi occupation of Lithuania in World War II . Early years and career Jäger was born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. …

Heinz Jost

Heinz Jost ( Homberg -Holzhausen, 9 of July of 1904 – Bensheim , December from November of 1964 ) was a prominent Nazi official with the rank of SS- Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei and Head of the Main Section of the SD-Hauptamt Amt III ( Abwehr ) of the Reich Central Security Office (RSHA). …

Odilo Globocnik

Odilo Globocnik Lothario ( Trieste , 21 of April of 1904 – Paternion , Austria , 31 May of 1945 ) was a General SS and one of the most prominent executives perpetrators Jewish Holocaust . Biography He was born into a Slovenian family in Trieste (when he was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire ), …

Josef Bühler

Josef Bühler , also referred to as Joseph Buehler ( Bad Waldsee , Germany , 16 of February of 1904 – Krakow , Poland , 22 of August of 1948 ) was an official National Socialist , with the position of Secretary of State and Chief of the Governor of Poland Invaded, in the so-called …

Rudolf Brandt

Rudolf Brandt ( Frankfurt an der Oder , Germany , 2 of June of 1909 – Landsberg am Lech , 2 of June of 1948 ) was a lawyer , Colonel of the SS ( Standartenführer ) and administrative officer who served as the first personal secretary Reichsführer of The SS Heinrich Himmler . Biography …

Philipp Bouhler

Philipp Bouhler ( Munich , November of September of 1899 – Altaussee , 19 of maypole of 1945 ) was a senior Nazi party that was both Reichsleiter and head of the Chancellery of the Führer of the NSDAP and SS – Obergruppenführer in the SS Allgemeine . He was one of the people responsible …

Walter Blume (SS)

Walter Blume ( Dortmund , Germany , 23 of July of 1906 – 13 of November of 1974 ) was a lawyer and Standartenführer of the SS (Colonel), head of the Sonderkommando 7a, which was part of the command of extermination Einsatzgruppe B, which was highlighted by The massacres of thousands of Jews in Belarus …

Edmund Blaurock

Edmund Blaurock ( December as October as 1899 – 25 as January as 1966 ) was an official German who served during World War II . He was decorated with the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross . Decorations Iron Cross 2nd Class Iron Cross 1st Class Oak Leaves No. 746 19 of February of …

Werner Best

Karl Rudolf Werner Best ( Darmstadt , October of July of 1903 – Mülheim , 23 of June of 1989 ) was a Doctor in law , military of the SS with the rank of Obergruppenführer , chief of staff of the Reich Main Security Office (Office AMT I), deputy director of the Gestapo and …

Gottlob Berger

Gottlob Berger ( Gerstetten , Kreis Heidenheim / Württemberg , 16 of July of 1896 – Württemberg , Germany , 5 of January of 1975 ) was a high official Nazi with the rank of SS – Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen SS and member of the Reichstag , who was Responsible for the growth …

Georg Bachmayer

Georg Bachmayer ( Fridolfing , Bayern , December of August of 1913 – 8 of maypole of 1945 ) was a military man of the SS with the rank of Hauptsturmführer (captain) and member of the SS division Totenkopf -verbände. He was an infamous commander of the Ebensee Forced Labor Camp I of the Mauthausen-Gusen …

Viktors Arajs

Viktors Arājs (born 13 from January of 1910 in Baldone , Latvia , killed on 13 of January of 1988 in Kassel , Germany ) was a militiaman Latvian , trained by the SD German, becoming namedSturmbannführer of the SS in 1943. During World War II Arājs directed the famous Sonderkommando Arājs , who worked …

Max Amann

Max Amann ( Munich , Germany , 24 of November of 1891 – 31 March of 1957 ) was a soldier and politician German , one of the founders of the Nazi Party in 1920 . During Nazi Germany he coordinated German publishing houses and censorship over the media. Biography Youth and beginnings During World …

Milivoj Asner

Milivoj Ašner ( 21 of April of 1913 – 14 of June of 2011 ) was a war criminal origin Croatian . He was the chief of the Ustacha police in the village of Pozega during World War II. He is one of the most wanted war criminals in the world, he has an international …

Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Luitpold Himmler ( Munich , October 7, 1900 – Lueneburg , May 23, 1945) was a Nazi officer senior, Reichsführer of the Schutzstaffel (SS), and one of the main leaders of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) during the Nationalist regime. The Nazi leader Adolf Hitler appointed for a short period military commander of the army …

Rudolf Kastner

Israel Rudolf Kastner 1 (1906-15 March 1957) was a journalist and lawyer Hungarian – Jew who became known for helping Jews escape from occupied Hungary by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust . He was assassinated in 1957 after an Israeli court accused him of collaborating with the Nazis. Along with Joel Brand , Kastner was …

Ben Hecht

Ben Hecht (n. 28 of February of 1894 – 18 of April of 1964 ) was a writer , film director , producer, playwright and novelist American . Called “the Shakespeare of Hollywood”, received credit on the screen, alone or in collaboration, for the stories or scripts of some 70 films. As a prolific author, …

Joel Brand

Joel Brand ( 25 of April of 1906 – 13 of July of 1964 ) was a Jewish Hungarian who became known for his role during the Holocaust while trying to save the Hungarian Jewish community from deportation to the concentration camp at Auschwitz . Described by historian Yehuda Bauer as a valiant adventurer who …

Leopold Obermayer

Leopold Obermayer ( Wuerzburg , the October as maypole as 1892 – KZ Mauthausen , on 22 February as as 1943 ) was persecuted by Jewish and homosexual during Nazism . Obermayer, who was a Swiss citizen, was a Doctor of Law and a wine merchant in Würzburg. He was arrested in October 1934; Initially …

Helene Metzger

Hélène Metzger ( 26 of August of 1889 – 7 of March of 1944 ) was a philosopher of the science , chemistry and French scientific historian . 1 His writings deal mainly with the history of chemistry . Due to its Jewish origin, it was deported during the Second World War to the concentration …

August L. Mayer

August Liebmann Mayer ( Griesheim , 1885 – Auschwitz , 1944) was an historian of German art and Hispanist , a specialist in Spanish painting of the Golden Age . Disciple of Heinrich Wölfflin (1864-1945), prominent representative of the formalist current , Mayer was the first to apply a modern methodology to the study of …

Georg Hornstein

Georg Hornstein ( Berlin , December 8, 1900 – Buchenwald concentration camp , Germany, September 3, 1942) was a Jewish resistance fighter in Nazi Germany . The recognition of his Jewish heritage, which he himself made in 1942 during his captivity by the Gestapo , has often been cited as an example of Jewish resistance …

Kornél Havasi

Kornél Havasi ( Budapest , October to January of 1892 – Austria , 15 of January of 1945 ) was a chess player Hungarian . He came to be in the 24th place in the world. 1 Biography In 1911 he won the Budapest tournament , in 1912 he was 9th in the Hungarian Championship …

Fritz Grünbaum

Fritz Grünbaum ( 7 of April of 1880 – 14 of January of 1941 ) was a cabaret performer, librettist of operettas and song writer, director, actor and emcee of Austrian nationality. Biography Born in Brno , in the present Czech Republic , his real name was Franz Friedrich Grünbaum. In his childhood and adolescence …

Mordechaj Gebirtig

Mordechai Gebirtig (his real name was Mordche Bertig , Krakow , then Austro – Hungarian Empire , 4 of maypole of 1877 – Krakow ghetto , 4 of June of 1942 ) was a carpenter , poet , composer and militant socialist Polish who wrote in Yiddish . 1 Biodata By profession he was a …

Karol Piltz

Karol Piltz ( 1903 – 1939 ) was a Polish chess player . He represented Poland at the unofficial I Chess Olympiad in Paris , 1924 , 1 tying in the 3rd to 7th places at the Polish Chess Championship in Warsaw in 1926 (the champion was Dawid Przepiórka ), and tied at 17th places …

Anna Sophia Polak

Anna Sophia Polak ( Rotterdam , Netherlands , 27 of April of 1874 – Auschwitz , Poland – 26 of February of 1943 ) was one feminist and writer of Dutch origin Jew . 1 She was director of the National Office of the Work of the Woman of 1908 to 1936 . She died …

Charlotte Salomon

Charlotte Salomon , painter Jewish origin German , was born in Berlin on 16 of April of 1917 and was killed by gas in the concentration camp of Auschwitz , the October of October of 1943 , at the age of 26 years. Biography Children and youth in Berlin His father, Albert Salomon, was a …

Joseph Schmidt

Joseph Schmidt (Davideny, Empire Austro – Hungarian , 4 of March of 1904 – Hinwil , Switzerland , 16 of November of 1942 ) was a tenor Austro-Romanian, of ease in the high register holder of an intuitive and easy song. Son of orthodox Jews , from very young sang in choirs and could develop …

Felice Schragenheim

Rachel Felice Schragenheim ( Berlin , 9 of March of 1922 – possibly in early 1945 in transport to Bergen-Belsen ) was one journalist German , who died in the genocide against the Jews organized by the Nazis . Posthumously he achieved fame as protagonist of the book Aimée and Jaguar of Erica Fischer and …

Enzo Sereni

Enzo Haim Sereni ( Rome , 17 of April of 1905 – Dachau concentration camp , 18 of November of 1944 ) was a scholar, writer and partisan Italian Zionist , co – founder of Kibbutz Givat Brenner , and shot by the Nazis in Poland . He was brother of Emilio Sereni (1907-1977), partisan, …

Else Ury

Else Ury ( 1 of November of 1877 , Berlin (Germany) , 13 of January of 1943 , extermination camp of Auschwitz (Poland) ). She was a German writer of children’s literature, especially popular in her native country for the series of stories titled Nesthäkchen , starring her main character, the girl Annemarie Braun . …

Arthur Wellin

Arthur Wellin ( 31 as October as 1880 – maybe 1941 ) was a German film director and actor, active in the era of silent film . Biography His real name was Arthur Lewin, who changed at an early age to hide his Jewish roots, and was born in Berlin , Germany . Before World …

Yva

Yva , whose real name was Else Ernestine Neulander-Simon ( Berlin , 26 of January of 1900 – concentration camp Majdanek , 1942 ) was one photographer German . 1 2 She was the youngest daughter in a Jewish family with nine children. His family was engaged in the making , his father being a …

Ruth Maier

Ruth Maier (November 10, 1920, Vienna, Austria – December 1, 1942, Auschwitz, Poland) was an Austrian woman who wrote journals telling about her experience during the Holocaust in Austria and Norway. Her writings were published in 2007, and she is described as “Anne Frank of Norway”. Youth Ruth Maier was born in Vienna to a …

Chaim Rumkowski

Mordechai Chaim Rumkokski ( 27 of February of 1877 – 28 of August of 1944 ) was a businessman Jew who served as chairman of the Judenrat , or Jewish Council governing Ghetto Lodz ( Poland ) during the time of the Nazi Holocaust . Chaim Rumkowski was, before the German invasion of Poland, a …

Elise Richter

Elise Richter ( Vienna , 2 March as as 1865 – 21 as June as 1943 ) was a philologist Austrian . She was one of the first women to obtain a doctorate in the University of Vienna , and was the only woman who held an academic position in an Austrian university before the …

Helga Hošková-Weissová

Helga Hošková-Weissová (1929) is a Czech artist and a survivor of the Holocaust. She was raised in Prague and, on November 4, 1941, she was taken with her parents to the Terezin concentration camp , also known as the Theresienstadt concentration camp. 1 2 Once there they were separated, although in the end it was …

Milutin Ivković

Milutin Ivković ( Serbian Cyrillic : Mилутин Ивкoвић, Belgrade , Kingdom of Serbia , 3 of March of 1906 – Jajinci , Kingdom of Yugoslavia , 23 of maypole of 1943 ), also known as Milutinac was a footballer Yugoslav playing as a defender . National team He has been international with the selection of …

Czesława Kwoka

Czesława kwoka ( Wolka Złojecka , Poland , 15 of August of 1928 – Auschwitz , December to March of 1943 ) was a Catholic Polish girl who died in the concentration camp of Auschwitz at the age of 14 years. 1 History She photographed at Auschwitz by Wilhelm Brasse . She was one of …

Anna Frank

Annelies Marie Frank , known in Spanish as Anne Frank ( Frankfurt , December of June of 1929 – Bergen-Belsen , March 1945 ), 1 Note 1 was a girl Jewish German, known worldwide thanks to the Diary of Anne Frank , editing in book form of his diary, where he recorded the nearly two …

François Englert

François Englert ( Brussels , 6 of November of 1932 ) is a theoretical physicist Belgian , professor emeritus of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), where he is a member of Theoretical Physics Service. He is also Professor Sackler for Special Designation at the School of Physics and Astronomy at Tel Aviv University , …

Robert Desnos

Robert Desnos ( Paris , 4 of July of 1900 – Theresienstadt concentration camp , 8 of June of 1945 ) was a poet surrealist French and a member of the French Resistance during World War II . Biography Robert Pierre Desnos was born in Paris in the year 1900. He left his studies at …

Enrica Calabresi

Enrica Calabresi (November 10, 1891, Ferrara – January 20, 1944) was one zoologist  Italian , herpetologist and entomologist. His family was part of the Jewish community, playing an important role in Ferrara, continuously since the Middle Ages. Enrica graduated from the University of Florence in natural sciences on July 1, 1914, with a thesis on …

Eugen Burg

Eugen Burg ( 6 as January as 1871 – 17 as April as 1944 1 ) was a German actor and film director. Biography His real name was Eugen Hirschburg, born in Berlin , Germany , in a family of Jewish origin, although he later converted to Protestantism . 2 Eugen Burg was already 43 …

Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński

Tadeusz Kamil Marcjan Żeleński (better known by his pseudonym , Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński , 21 of December of 1874 – 4 of July of 1941 ) was a gynecologist , writer , poet , critic and translator Polish , mainly known for his translations of over a hundred Classical literary French to Polish . Boy, a …

Arthur Bergen

Arthur Bergen ( 24 as October as 1875 – 1943 ) was an Austrian actor and film director. Biography Its artistic debut took place in 1894 in the Theater of Meiningen . In 1904 he acted in Berlin , working in the Berliner Theater and the Trianon, also assuming functions of direction. In 1913 he …

Harry Baur

Harry Baur (full name: Henri-Marie Baur ., N Paris , December to April of 1880 . – F Paris , 8 of April of 1943 ) was a film actor French . Biography His film career received a boost thanks to his participation in several films by Julien Duvivier . He was very popular in …

Partisans of Bielski

The Bielski partisans were a clan formed by Jewish families who organized and escaped the Holocaust in Poland through the forests and marshes of Belarus , led by Tuvia Bielski and his brothers, Aaron, Alexander “Zus” and Assael during World War II World . Some of Bieslki’s partisans occasionally joined Soviet partisans and carried out …

Partisan Jews

The Jewish partisans were groups of irregular troops who participated in the Jewish resistance movement against Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II . Several groups of Jewish partisans operated throughout occupied Europe, some of which were made up of fleeing from different ghettos or concentration camps , while others, such as the …

Marc Bloch

Benjamin Marc Bloch Leopoldo ( Lyon , 6 of July of 1886 – Saint-Didier-de-Formans , 16 of June of 1944) was a historian French specialist in medieval France and founder of the Annales School . He is one of the most outstanding French intellectuals of the first half of the 20th century. During the Second …

Mordechai Anielewicz

Mordejai Anielevich (pronounced in English: Mordechai Anilewich ( 1919 – 8 May 1943 ) was the commander of the Jewish Wrestling Organization ( Żydowska Organizacja Bojowa , Polish ), also known as ŻOB , during the Warsaw ghetto uprising during The Second World War . Childhood and youth Anielevich was born in Wyszków , northeast …

The reader

The reader (in German Der Vorleser , literally “the one who reads aloud”) is a novel written by law professor and German judge Bernhard Schlink . It was published in Germany in 1995 and in the United States, translated into English by Carol Brown Janeway in 1997. The book was translated into thirty-nine languages. The …

Man’s Search for Meaning

Man’s Search for Meaning (original title in German “Ja zum Leben sagen Trotzdem. Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager” ) is a book written by psychiatrist Austrian Viktor Emil Frankl , published in Germany in 1946 . In English it was published with the titles From Death-Camp to Existentialism in 1959 and Man’s Search for Meaning …

Sarah’s Key

On Friday 16 of July of 1942 , Sarah and her family are arrested at his home in Paris by the French and taken to the Velodrome d’Hiver gendarmes. But not all the Starzynski family is moved, because Michel, Sarah’s four-year-old brother, is hidden in the closet of her Paris flat, where the girl thinks …

Hitler’s Volunteer Executives

Hitler’s Willing Executioners ( 1996 ) a book writer is American Daniel Goldhagen proposed that ordinary Germans not only knew but also supported the Holocaust because of an ” anti – Semitism unique and virulent eliminationist” in German identity, which had Developed in previous centuries. Goldhagen states that this special mentality arose from medieval attitudes …

Eichmann in Jerusalem

Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Study on the Banality of Evil (Eichmann in Jerusalem) is a book by thephilosopherHannah Arendt, published in1963. In the text, the author states that apart from a desire to improve her career, Eichmann showed no trace ofanti-Semitismor psychological damage. His famous subtitle introduced the conceptbanality of evil, which also serves as …

No Place on Earth

No place on earth is an American documentary directed by Janet Tobias and produced by The History Channel . It was premiered on September 10, 2012 at the Toronto International Film Festival and theaters in the United States on April 5, 2013. Argument The film features research by New Yorker Chris Nicola who, while exploring …

The ninth day

The ninth day is a German film of 2004 directed by Volker Schlöndorff based on the real history of the Luxembourgish Catholic priest Jean Bernard ,collected in his autobiography Pfarrerblock 25487 ( ISBN 2-87963-286-2 ). The winner of an Oscar and the Palme d’ Or in Cannes for The Tin Drum , Volker Schlöndorff ( …

The pianist

The Pianist ( The Pianist ) is a film of year 2002 directed by Roman Polanski and Adrien Brody asmain actor. It is an adaptation of the memoirs of the Polish musicianof Jewish origin Władysław Szpilman . In 2002 he received the Palme d’Or at the Cannes International Film Festival . She was the winner …

Shoah (film)

Shoah (the Hebrew שואה, “catastrophe”) is a French documentary from filmmaker French Claude Lanzmann , released in 1985 , and last approximately ten hours. Subtitles and filmed testimonies were published in a book of the same name, translated into Spanish in 2003 . The film by Claude Lanzmann is an oral history documentary , filmed …