• 151 sources from 53 different archives in 13 countries

  • Nearly 1000 shots

  • Most of the footage was privately shot, never seen before

  • Some of the main Film Archives are: Bundesfilmarchiv Berlin, National Archive Maryland, Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive at USHMM Washington, Yad Vashem Archives, Landesfilmarchiv Baden-Württemberg (Germany)

  • Some of the Private Archives: Saeculum (Berlin), Agentur Karl Höffkes (Gescher in Germany), La Camera Stylo (Hamburg), Charles H. Horton Collection, American Field Service (New York), British Pathé  (London)

  • Some of the National Archives: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Italy, Poland, Russia

  • Archives of Cities, Villages, Museums, Memorials: eg. City Archive Munich, Archive Landeck (Germany), Beit Hatfutsot, Mémoire audiovisuelle de Haute-Normandie (Rouen), Library of Congress (Washington)

  • Private Heritages:  e.g. Ernst Hirsch (Dresden), Anthony Brook (San Fransisco), Family Gill (Mainz in Germany)

  • Some of the footage was never watched by their owners prior to the research for the movie (e.g. Wilhelmsgymnasium Munich). 




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