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Holocaust survivor Szymon Srebnik returns to Chełmno (1985)

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Uploaded on Feb 24, 2009

For speakers of Polish/French: part of the late Szymon (or Shimon) Srebnik's return to Chełmno nad Nerem in Poland, near the old site of the death camp of which he was one of two survivors, from Claude Lanzmann's monumental film 'Shoah' (1985). This is a response to the suggestion from some on YouTube that there's never been anti-Semitism in Poland. Even as the villagers welcome Srebnik back, some hint at a possible justification for the Holocaust.

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