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Films with: Bernheim, Robert

Marion Pritchard
Marion Pritchard was the keynote speaker on the 3rd day of a week-long seminar on the Holocaust for Vermont educators, held June 23-27, 1997. In a review published in the Center for Holocaust Studies bulletin (Fall, 1997), Robert Bernheim wrote: "Marion Pritchard began her session by showing the film 'The Courage to Care,' a documentary portraying the actions of some of those recognized as 'Righteous Gentiles' for saving the lives of Jews during the Nazi Holocaust. Pritchard, a psychoanalyst with a practice in Norwich [Vt.] and a position at Boston University, saved the lives of scores of Jews in her native Holland, and is prominently featured in the film. Commenting on the motivation behind her deeds and her continued commitment to the pursuit of respect for civil rights, Pritchard challenged course participants to recognize the power of education to influence students for good as well as evil."
DVD 12484
Reibungslose" Holocaust? the Nazi implementation of the Final Solution in the Ukraine, 1941-1944 /
This presentation looks at the critical actions of the German military, SS, and occupation administration in the Ukraine, 1941-1944. The German term "reibungslos(e)" translates as "smooth," "conflict-free" or "without a hitch." Despite the use of this term in describing the extermination of the Jews in the Ukraine, there are questions regarding whether or nor it was frictionless. Did conflicts emerge? If so, how were they dealt with? Wendy Lower discusses the many adjustments made among military, SS, and local adminstrators to further the mass murder of Ukrainian Jews and achieve an outcome free of difficulties, i.e., "reibungslos."
DVD 12482