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Alois Brunner: The Last Nazi (VHS only)
Alois Brunner, the most notorious Nazi war criminal still alive today, has been living in Syria since 1959. Responsible for the murder of some 128,000 Jews across Europe during World War II, Brunner was Adolf Eichmannís right hand. Narrated by veteran news reporter Jay Bushinsky, the film features interviews with Simon Wiesenthal, Serge Klarfield, Benjamin Netanyahu, Brunnerís grand niece, survivors of his brutality and a German journalist who interviewed Brunner in 1985. How did Brunner escape justice? Who protected him all these years? This investigative documentary sheds much needed light on a little known postscript to the horror of the Holocaust.
 
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55 min., #649, Color, Limited quantities. VHS only, $29.95

 

The Demjanjuk Trial
Few trials have stirred as much emotion and controversy as the trial of John Demjanuk, who was accused of being "Ivan the Terrible," the fiend who supervised the gas chambers at Treblinka.  When Israel won extradition of Demjanjuk from the United States, it was believed that the case would be clear cut- identification and punishment. In brilliant fashion, the courtroom drama and the issues that surrounded it are unveiled.

American Video Conference Award Finalist
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ISBN 0-9622024-9-5
50 min., #623, Color, DVD, $29.95

 
 
 

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