The following documentary film features several scenes of violence, death, its central subject being the Shoah, how the
Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp functioned (everyday life, medical experiments, extermination), and the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp by the Soviet Red Army in January 27, 1945.
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In 1984, “The Liberation of Auschwitz” was released
for the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the camp. The film is composed of footage recorded by Soviet Red Army Captain Alexander Vorontsov, a Soviet Red Army Cameramen
from the Soviet film crew attached to the 1st Ukrainian Front, an interview with the same, and commentary describing the selection and extermination
process, medical experiments and everyday life in the Auschwitz
concentration camp. The commentary accompanying the current edition of the film reflects the latest findings.
May we never forget
all the victims and survivors, the eleven (11) million peoples brutally murdered by Nazi Germany (one point one [1.1] million who died in Auschwitz-Birkenau), among which six (6) million were Jewish people, two (2) million Rromani people, two hundred and fifty thousand (250000) mentally and physically disabled non-Jewish/non-Rromani people, and nine thousand (9000) non-Jewish/non-Rromani gay men.