The Holocaust. Even now, the images make you want to turn away: the emaciated bodies in the concentration camps; the black-and-white footage of a frothing Adolph Hitler; a frail grandfather with his distant stare, recalling searing memories of a time he can't forget. . . 

But how will kids today ever manage to relate to such hellish recollections when even the few remaining survivors of the Holocaust—now in their 80s—will be no more?

One enduring testament might be a critically acclaimed student documentary. Thanks to an educator's commitment to teaching and his students' passion for filmmaking, younger generations won't soon forget this


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