NOMINATION: BEST FACTUAL PROGRAM, BEST FACTUAL SERIES BAFTA Awards (1975)
Narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier, this documentary remains one of the best comprehensive overviews of the Holocaust and is an excellent tool for teacher training.
Organized chronologically from the exposition of the "master race" theory in the early 1930s, through the persecution, ghettoization, deportation and mass murder of European Jewry, this film is so painfully brutal and explicit that it is recommended for mature audiences only.
"...the most comprehensive account of World War II ever seen on film." (refers to entire The World at War series) -Eye for Film
$50.00 plus shipping
Classroom/Institutional Use Only VHS
Does not include Public Performance Rights
Institutional Use Policy (pdf)
The World at War (No. 20)
UK, 1975, 52 minutes, color/B&W
Directed by Michael Darlow
Produced by Thames Television
$50 Library/Classroom Use VHS
Public Exhibition 16mm Rental available