Holocaust survivors left in poverty
France 24
Beate Klarsfeld
Interview Re: Lodz Ghetto/WWII
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[Lodz - Litzmanstadt] R1 of 3
LODZ GHETTO SURVIVORS REUNION / NAZI
NATURAL SOUND. EDIT MASTER FROM A CS ON A REUNION OF SUVIVORS FROM THE LODZ GHETTO IN POLAND. 09:59:58:11 vs of survivors lighting candles at a memorial ceremony inside an auditorium. b&w file clips and stills of jewish ghetto residents and concentration camp inmates during the nazi occupation of poland. vs of survivors embracing at the reunion. ws of an auditorium stage beneath a sign reading "world gathering of lodzer holocaust survivors". mcu of a cantor chanting a prayer. CI: CEREMONIES: REUNIONS, WORLD WAR II HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS.
(WAR CRIMES TRIAL)
Unused / unissued material - <br/> <br/>The former commander of the Jewish Ghetto in Lodz is tried in Poland. <br/> <br/>MS CU Hans Bibow sitting in court. <br/> <br/>CU Photographs of gruesome bodies used in evidence. <br/> <br/>Shots of people in court. <br/> <br/>VS Bibow speaking. <br/> <br/>CU The prosecuting council. <br/> <br/>LS The prosecutor interrogating Bibow. <br/> <br/>MS The face of a woman in court, filled with loathing. <br/> <br/>CU As Bibow hears sentence passed he closes his eyes resignedly and his head slumps into his chest. <br/> <br/>Paperwork dates material as 17/06/1947.
CHRD: buried photos of the Lodz ghetto
FR3 / France 3
UN Holocaust 2 - Memorial on anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz
NAME: UN HOLOCAUST 2 0060127I TAPE: EF06/0085 IN_TIME: 10:17:58:14 DURATION: 00:03:28:22 SOURCES: UNTV DATELINE: New York - 27 Jan 22006 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: New York - 27 January 2006 1. Wide shot United Nations (UN) General Assembly 2. SOUNDBITE (English): Dan Gillerman, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations: "Ladies and gentleman as we gather here today, night is descending on Jerusalem and the Jewish Sabbath is unfolding as well so it is from here, from this world stage that I say this eve of Shabbat prayer...(says Hebrew prayer)" 3. Zoom in audience in General Assembly 4. Close-up pictures of Holocaust victims 5. UPSOT (English): Voice-over: "Sonia was a child of Issac and Rachel Drozinski, of Zagreb in Yugoslavia. She was student when she perished, age 16, in Nova Gradiska, 1944. Marina was born on the 30th of August, 1938 in Riga, Latvia. In December 1941, Marina perished in the Riga ghetto. She was three years old." 5. Wide shot choir in General Assembly 6. Close-up man in choir singing Hebrew song 7. Wide shot audience applauding 8. SOUNDBITE (English): Professor Yehuda Bauer, Academic: "Certainly the Holocaust shows the depth of human depravity, but on its margins there are the peaks of human self sacrifice for others. It is that that shows us that there is an alternative, that the attempts made at the prevention of genocides, as for instance by the office of the special advisor for genocide prevention of the Secretary General of the United Nations and by various NGO's and governments, are not a hopeless task." New York - 26 January 2006 9. Wide shot of candlelight vigil ceremony 10. Close-up of Cantor Malovany praying 11. Pan of 6 candles (each one representing one (m) million victims that were killed in the Holocaust 12. SOUNDBITE (English): Roman Kent, Holocaust survivor: "My name is Roman Kent, I was born in Lodz, Poland, and during the war I spent the time in Lodz ghetto in Auschwitz. I am here with a very lovely dividend, my granddaughter Arian, who will light the candle in memory of the 6 (m) million victims" 13. Wide pan audience STORYLINE: The U.N. observed the first day of commemoration for Holocaust victims on Friday, with calls for learning from the past and a warning of what may come in the future. "We remember the sacrifice of the victims, we salute the courage of the survivors, many of whom are in this hall, as their numbers dwindle while the Holocaust turns from a memory to becoming history," said Israel Ambassador to the U.N. Dan Gillerman addressed the General Assembly, asking them to make sure that the "holocaust turns from a memory to becoming history". In November the General Assembly adopted the resolution marking January 27, the day the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated in 1945, as International Day of Commemoration for Holocaust victims. On Thursday, a candle-light vigil was held at the United Nations, in connection with an international day of commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust. Roman Kent, a survivor of Auschwitz, brought his granddaughter to the vigil to light a candle, in remembrance of all the Jews that perished under Nazi rule. Friday's ceremonies came four days after Iran said it would follow through with plans to organise a conference on what it terms the "scientific evidence" for the Holocaust.
Bert Fleming
Interview Re: Lodz Ghetto/WWII
Jonathan W. Rosen
Interview Re: Lodz Ghetto/WWII
Valencia: exhibition on the Lodz ghetto
FR3 / France 3
US Holocaust 2 - WRAP Thousands attend Holocaust survivors tribute
TAPE: EF03/0983 IN_TIME: 00:26:07 DURATION: 3:46 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Washington DC - 2 Nov 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Close-up women looking at photographs showing arms, with numbers tattooed on them 2. UPSOUND: (English) Child of a survivor: "This is my father. That is my father there and that is his ring. Those are my initials." 3. Klara Halberstadt showing her photograph and arm bearing tattoo 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Klara Halberstadt, Auschwitz survivor: "(It) Still makes me nervous. I lost my whole family. Only my sister, this arm, and me came back." (Reporter: "Where were you?") "Auschwitz, block ten. Experiments." 5. Top down view of people outside museum 6. Pull back view from museum sign 7. Close-up people walking 8. Wide view of bulletin board where people leave notices 9. Close-up view of sign asking for information 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Deborah Long, Child of a survivor: "We have pretty good reason to believe that everybody that we were related to has probably died, but there is always hope so ... we put up the signs and hope that somebody knew my mother or my father and that there is a connection even if it is somebody that isn't necessarily a relative but just somebody who could give my mother a sense of her past and to giver her that connection that she still needs." 11. Deborah Long being hugged by her daughter, standing next to her mother Felicia Galas (nee Brener) 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Felicia Galas (nee Brener), Holocaust survivor: "I miss them always. I'm sad inside. I am not a survivor, inside I am dead. That the world stood still and didn't do anything. It wasn't just killing, it was torture." 13. Pan view of people in front of notice board 14. Wide view as Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel being applauded as he steps to microphones 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor & Nobel Laureate: "Here we learn that the loneliness of victims, of Jewish victims in the ghettos and the camps, their sense of abandonment, their silent despair as they walked in nocturnal procession toward the flames are not to be forgotten. They must leave a trace, a burning scar on man's history, on its memory and on God's memory as well." 16. Close-up shoes from concentration camp victims 17. Pan view of shoes to people looking at display 18. Pull back view from photograph of bodies to kiln doors 19. Close-up women reading 20. Close-up children signing scroll of remembrance 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Steven Ludsin, Member of Board that established museum and child of Holocaust survivor: "There is a Yiddish song, "mir zaynen do" which means "we are still here" and that alone is a major statement because there was a period that they didn't know they were going to live." 22. Tilt down of family taking photograph in front of museum STORYLINE: Thousands of Holocaust survivors, rescuers and their children gathered in Washington, D.C. this weekend for the largest reunion since the opening of the city's Holocaust Museum in 1993. A poignant backdrop to the reunion was the frailty of many of the survivors and their wish to pass to following generations the story of what had happened to them during the Second World War. Traveling from California, Klara Halberstadt came to the museum with her niece. She was newly married and just 22 years old when she was rounded up by the Nazis and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Klara Halberstadt lost everyone in her family apart from her sister. More than 6-thousand people from four generations of survivors attended the two-day reunion. Organisers understood that this event marks one of the last times the Holocaust survivor's generation would be able to gather with their descendants to recall their shared history. One of the tribute events was a Survivor Village - where survivors and their families can reunite and meet old friends. Even more than sixty years after the concentration camps, survivors still hope for information about their families. Deborah Long, with her mother Felicia Galas who came from Lodz Poland and fifteen year old daughter, continues to this day to look for more information on what happened to her immediate family. Speaking alongside her daughter, Felicia Galas said she had lost everyone in her immediate family and to this day she condemned the world for standing by and letting the genocide happen. Marking the tenth anniversary of the museum, Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel said it had allowed those who did not experience first hand the tragedy of the Holocaust to have a glimpse into what it was like. Wiesel stressed the importance of remembering the survivor's trials during and after their stays in the concentration camps. Steven Ludsin, who was on the board that helped establish the United States Holocaust Museum and is a child of a survivor, said the reunion was critical because of the toll time was taking on the eye witnesses themselves. For many attending the reunion, it was a time for several generations to reflect together on the importance of family history.
Poland Auschwitz
AP-APTN-1830: Poland Auschwitz Friday, 16 July 2010 STORY:Poland Auschwitz- REPLAY Reaction to controversial holocaust survival dance LENGTH: 03:15 FIRST RUN: 1330 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: Polish/Natsound SOURCE: Various STORY NUMBER: 651530 DATELINE: Auschwitz - 16 July/FILE LENGTH: 03:15 TVN - NO ACCESS POLAND ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: COMMERCIAL MUSIC INCLUDED IN THIS EDIT MUST BE CLEARED ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN LOCAL MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND COPYRIGHT AGREEMENTS WITH YOUR APPLICABLE COLLECTING SOCIETY. YOU HAVE EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF ALL AND ANY CONTENT INCLUDED WITHIN THE SERVICE, AND FOR LIBEL, PRIVACY, COMPLIANCE AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THEIR TERRITORY++ JANE KORMAN VIDEO - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++SEE MUSIC CLEARANCE ADVISORY ABOVE++ SHOTLIST: TVN - NO ACCESS POLAND 1. Soft focus change from barbed wire to tourists walking between 2. Mid of sign 3. Pan of inscription on the main gate to the death camp 4. Tourists visiting Auschwitz museum 5. SOUNDBITE (Polish) Jaroslaw Mensfelt, spokesperson of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum: "The National Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau doesn't interfere with the content of the pictures taken in the area of the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau apparently, unless the shots offend the memory of the camp victims. But we are convinced that the largest annihilation place in the world should not be a background for art performances regardless of their noble aims." 6. Tourists walking through the gate, zoom out 7. Tourists visiting the concentration camp 8. Sign with block number 17 9. Various of gallery of portraits in the museum 10. SOUNDBITE: (Polish) Jaroslaw Mensfelt, Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum spokesman: "Different people express their respect and the memory of the victims in different ways. As long as the line of good taste is not crossed and that memory is not offended, I think we will not come out against the authors of such shots. It seems that did not take place in this case, but it shows different levels of sensitivity in expressing feelings in this area that attracts many people from all over the world and that there are various groups expressing their memory and respect in different ways." 11. Mid shot of watchtower 12. Mid shot of camp blocks 13. Mid shot of crematorium 15. Various of main gate to the camp JANE KORMAN VIDEO - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++SEE MUSIC CLEARANCE ADVISORY ABOVE++ 16. Various of video showing Korman family members dancing at Auschwitz concentration camp together with their grandfather, Holocaust survivor, Adolek Kohn (music - "I will survive" by Gloria Gaynor) STORYLINE: A spokesman for the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum commented on Friday on a controversial internet video of a Holocaust survivor dancing with his family inside the former Nazi concentration camp to a seventies pop song. "Different people express their respect and the memory of the victims in different ways," Jaroslaw Mensfelt said. But he added that "the largest annihilation place in the world should not be a background for art performances regardless of their noble aims." The video clip of Adolek Kohn awkwardly shuffling and shimmying with his daughter and grandchildren to the sound of "I Will Survive" at Auschwitz and other sites where millions (m) died during the Holocaust has become an Internet sensation. It's also sparking debate over whether the images show disrespect for those who perished - or are an exuberant celebration of life. The fight - raging on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere - poses uncomfortable questions about how to approach one of history's greatest tragedies: What's the "proper" way to commemorate it? Can a survivor pay homage in a way that might be unthinkable for others? Adding to the irony, Kohn and his dancing brood owe their fame to neo-Nazi groups who posted the clip on their websites and turned it viral, his daughter told The Associated Press on Thursday. The 4?-minute video opens with the 89-year-old Kohn, his daughter Jane Korman and three grandchildren dancing near the infamous railroad tracks leading to Auschwitz. The group then moves to other Holocaust locations across Poland and Germany, including the notorious "Arbeit Macht Frei" ("Work sets you free") sign at Auschwitz's entrance, Poland's Lodz ghetto and the Dachau concentration camp. In one eerie shot, with his family behind him, Kohn presses his face to the small opening in a cattle car of the type that transported so many to their deaths. In another, he raises his arms and leads the troupe in a conga line to the pulsating disco beat of the Gloria Gaynor song. Kohn, shown at one point wearing a white T-shirt emblazoned with the word "Survivor" and flashing a V-for-victory sign, told Australia's Nine Network he didn't think the video was offensive because the dance was distinct from the memory of those who died. Korman, a Melbourne-based artist now visiting Israel, filmed the clip during a trip she took with her father, four children and a niece last summer to Kohn's native Poland, and to places in Germany and the Czech Republic where he once lived. The clip was posted on YouTube in January, but didn't attract attention until several weeks ago after neo-Nazi groups put it on their websites, she said. It originally was part of a video installation Korman presented in Melbourne last December. By Wednesday, the clip had drawn more than 500,000 hits and numerous comments. On Thursday, YouTube replaced it with a message saying it had been removed due to copyright issues. Other versions were still available, and the clip was also circulating on Facebook and Twitter. In Israel, home to the largest concentration of Holocaust survivors, the video has received scant attention. Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial had no comment. In Germany, however, it was widely shown on TV and other media outlets and circulated on the Internet, where many, mostly young people, expressed support. 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