About the Show
Documentary series taking an alternative look at the Holocaust through the eyes of victims and perpetrators. By the end of 1939, Poland had been occupied by Nazi Germany and the planned eradication of Polish Jews began to take place. A year later the Jews had been moved into ghettos across the country, where disease and hunger meant only a fraction of the 370,000 imprisoned there survived. Incredibly, the introduction of concentration camps in 1942 meant the situation was about to worsen. Part 3 of 6.