Secrets of War: The Holocaust Secret

Categories: Documentary, History, War
51min | 1999
THE HOLOCAUST SECRET is an examination of one of the burning questions of WWII: How did the Nazi's hide their atrocities and what did the Allies know as the "final solution" was implemented across Europe?  Secret documents, messages and cables shed new light on one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th century.

Topics: War, World War II, Holocaust, Government, Military, Tactical, Record, Legend, Nazi, Judaism, Hitler, Genocide
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Harold Owens
Harold Owens
September 14, 2014
there was a holocaust again the american indian, today,s reservation,s are nothing more then camp,s like germany set up, those they did,nt or could,nt kill were forced to live on them ,,, they still are to this day
Ralph Agostini
Ralph Agostini
February 13, 2014
B
It is a very impressive film and it shows that the Nazis were cowards by taking innocent men, women , children and destroy them because the did not like that they were Jews. The only part that I regret the most that Hitler was a coward that did not let courts take advantage and kill him
Horacio Molina
Horacio Molina
January 19, 2014
B+
Elliot Marshall
Elliot Marshall
December 9, 2013
A
Rudy Solis
Rudy Solis
September 30, 2013
D+
Ronald Reneker
Ronald Reneker
August 13, 2013
A
Lori Martin
Lori Martin
June 29, 2013
Overall a valuable addition because of the archival footage. I learned a few things I hadn't known. The narration was irritating; at times nonchalant and emphasis placed on the wrong words. At times the script was (deservedly) judgmental of the Nazis, but remarkably neutral when pointing out the early and ongoing knowledge of the Britain and the US. A short chapter about gay men which was really bizarre in this program, as the discussion was so short and no mention of any of the other groups or ethnicities were included. In spite of these irritations, it is worth the time if you are interested in the Holocaust. If you don't know much about it, I wouldn't start with this program.
John Rosengarten
John Rosengarten
June 18, 2012
We Must Never Forget!