The U.S. and the Holocaust
“The Homeless, Tempest-Tossed” (1942 - )
Episode 3 | 2h 10m 51s | WETA Passport
A group of dedicated government oﬃcials ﬁghts red tape to ﬁnance and support rescue operations. As the Allied soldiers advance, uncovering mass graves and liberating German concentration camps, the public sees for the ﬁrst time the sheer scale of the Holocaust and begins to reckon with its reverberations.
Aired: 09/21/22 | Expires: 09/17/29 |
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