Holocaust Memorial Committee - Brooklyn, New York

Online Video

This video describes the Holocaust, Days of Remembrance, and why we as a nation remember these events.

Holocaust Memorial Day

This short film was produced by Preston Lodge High School students in East Lothian, Scotland, as part of their efforts to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January 2006.


Auschwitz: The Forgotten Evidence - History Documentary (WWII)

When an Allied photo reconnaissance plane flew over southern Poland in the summer of 1944, it took horrifying images of the Nazi's most evil extermination camp--Auschwitz. The gas chambers and the crematoria in which 12,000 people were being murdered daily are clearly visible. But the photos were not analyzed at the time--simply filed away. Using these photos as a unique starting point, we take a new look at the Holocaust and ask what the Allies knew about the extermination camp and when they found out. When Churchill heard about Auschwitz, he implored the RAF to bomb it or the railway lines leading to it. But this was not done. We explore all the arguments around the practical difficulties of bombing Auschwitz, but the question remains whether the Allies should not have done something to stop the killing. Includes interviews with Auschwitz survivors and expert historians.


Inside the Holocaust

A two-hour portrait of the evolution of the Holocaust--from the early days of persecution in Nazi Germany to the final days of wanton annihilation. This special travels through the archives of Eastern Europe, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., and the restoration labs of Yad Vashem in Israel tell the story of persecution, theft and murder through artifacts, rarely seen photographs and motion picture footage. Experts from across the globe illuminate what it took to systematically implement the destruction of millions of people.


The Holocaust - The Yellow Star

Holocaust Memorial Committee - Brooklyn, New York.           60 W End Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11235           Phone: 646-801-0739