On the 7th day of December 1941, Hitler released the codename, “Nacht und Nebel” which means, Night and Fog. This decree state that individuals in populated territories participating in activities arranged to undermine the security of the Nazi soldiers were, upon captivity, be delivered to Germany “by night and fog.” Night and Fog prisoners were mostly from Belgium, Holland and France.
Night and Fog documentary is probably the most emotionally powerful film that tells the horror stories of the Holocaust. The film, which was directed by Alain Resnais, was is barely 30 minutes in length, present archive images and post-occupation footages that makes every minute of this holocaust documentary distressingly horrific.
And always remember an estimated 11 million people died because of the Holocaust, including Romani (gypsies), Soviet prisoners of war, Polish and Soviet civilians, homosexuals, people with disabilities, Jehovah’s Witnesses and other political and religious opponents to the Nazis. The Jewish were the main target of their Final Solution, but the others that died should not remain forgotten.
*Warning for any young viewers who could have second thoughts: Nudity and mass graves of visible corpses lie ahead.*
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Watch Night and Fog – Turn off the lights
Night and Fog,