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Do not use any materials without the expressed written permission of the copyright owner. You may use Harold Gordon's , Yehuda Bauer, and Jan Karski's audios for educational purposes. .

Audio Files

  • Interview with historian Yehuda Bauer

  • Interview with Jan Karski

    Listen to all Jan Karski's Audio below!

    Harold Gordon

    Going to Kelbasin:
    Audio files in 5 parts

    Dachau Liberation

    Thoughts

  • Video's

    JUST RELEASED AT REMEMBER.ORG
    NEW FILM: Remember.org announces 'A Forgotten Odyssey', a recent documentary film by Jagna Wright and Aneta Naszynska. It deals with the forgotten tragedy of 1.7 million Polish citizens of various faiths and ethnicities (Polish, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish) deported from eastern Poland (Kresy) in 1940-42 to special labour camps in Siberia, Kazakhstan and Soviet Asia.

  • "Lest We Forget"
    This important CD-ROM, "Lest We Forget", shares video clips and pictures, as well as a view of its interface for teachers.

  • Carpati: A Film
    CARPATI: 50 MILES, 50 YEARS focuses on ZEV GODINGER, a "proste" (ordinary) Jew who has a special friendship with his Rom (Gypsy) neighbors. In 1931 the Jewish community of the Carpathian region (then in Czechoslovakia, today Ukraine) numbered a quarter of a million Jews. Today sixty-five years later there are fewer than 1,500. Audio clips, pictures, and much, much more.