Dachau Liberation (2021) 1080p

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Documentary | History
Frame Rate:
25 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
50 min
IMDB Rating:
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Directors: Kamil Kulczycki [Director] ,

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This amazing documentary presents interviews with former prisoners of the camp, who, in these terrible times, "were only numbers". Dachau...Hell on Earth. A place that brings back horrifying memories in those, who survived the camp, and fills with terror and disbelief those, who have solely heard of it. Kamil Kulczycki's docudrama "Dachau" tells the shocking story of the German concentration camp from the moment of its creation in 1933 to its miraculous liberation on April 29th, 1945.


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