This documentary covers the treatment of Deaf people in Nazi Germany during World War Two. 17,000 Deaf people were forcibly sterilised by the Nazis to stop them from having children and many others were killed simply because they were deaf - in a bid to improve the German gene pool.
As part of the season of programmes commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Holocaust and the liberation of Auschwitz, Clive Mason visits the killing centre of Hadamar to investigate the development and impact of the Nazi policy of enforced sterilisation and the murder of Deaf and Disabled people, which took place in Germany between 1933 and 1945. Members of the German Deaf community, who are still living with the legacy of this brutal Nazi policy, tell their moving stories for the first time on television.
As seen the documentary information at http://docuwiki.net/index.php?title=Deaf_Holocaust_-_Deaf_People_and_Nazi_Germany
Full Length Documentaries, Download: BBC The Deaf Holocaust - Deaf People and Nazi Germany
A Deaf Survivor's Story
Deaf Holocaust survivor, Charlotte Friedman, talks about how she successfully escaped war-torn Europe and the many experiences she had on the way, including meeting Ann Frank and her family in Holland.
An Interview with Charlotte Friedman in American Sign Language (ASL) with Rachel Soudakoff. Includes english subtitles for hearing impaired.
A Deaf Survivor's Story Part 1.
A Deaf Survivor's Story Part 2.
Photos of Holocaust Camps: Ghosts of Auschwitz
Hitler Documentary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0Uh2Btr6z8
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