It has been over 50 years since the end of World War II, but the Holocaust still continues to cast a dark shadow over humanity. Yale University has set out to preserve the human side of the atrocities at the hand of the Nazi regime during the WWII by recording the testimonies from those who lived through it.
In this film we hear the intimate stories of nineteen witnesses who enter where members of the the concentration camps during World War 2. Witnesses include Jews, non-Jews, prisoners of war and other members of the Hitler youth who were all survivors of the Holocaust. We hear their views of what life was like under the Nazi’s, living a life in the ghetto’s during the war and how they dealt with life after the Holocaust.