The U.S. and the Holocaust

The American Press in Germany

Clip: Episode 1 | 5m 43s  | Video has closed captioning.

It wasn’t easy for foreign correspondents to report what was really happening in Nazi Germany in the 1930s. Sources were often too frightened to talk. Reporters were reluctant to quote witnesses by name for fear of betraying them to the secret police – called the Gestapo. But the best American journalists did write about what was going on, however much the Nazi government tried to hide it.

Aired: 09/18/22

Rating: TV-14


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Corporate funding provided by Bank of America. Major funding provided by David M. Rubenstein; the Park Foundation; the Judy and Peter Blum Kovler Foundation; Gilbert S. Omenn and Martha A. …

The U.S. and the Holocaust.

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