This video is an Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi Holocaust.
The video says about itself:
An Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Nazi Holocaust
a film the British Government deemed too grisly for release after World War II – has received its public debut on British television. Fifteen minutes of the black-and- white film, which was shot by the armed forces after the war, were televised Tuesday night by the Independent Television News.
From British daily The Morning Star:
Tuesday 17 March 2009
ABOUT 300 Latvians marched through Riga on Monday to honour soldiers who fought in an elite nazi unit during World War II.
Several dozen representatives from Latvia‘s anti-fascist committee held a counter-demonstration, chanting: “Hitler Kaput.”
Police set up barricades to keep the two sides apart.
Riga city officials had prohibited the Legionnaires Day commemoration, but police did not prevent the procession of ageing Waffen SS veterans and their supporters as they marched from an Old Town cathedral.
And they did not stop the rightwingers from laying wreaths at the capital’s Freedom Monument.
But riot police swooped on the counter-demonstration and seized a red hammer-and-sickle flag.
Four anti-fascists were detained for “unruly behaviour.”
The Russian Foreign Ministry condemned the Legionnaires Day rally as a march by nazi supporters and drew parallels between it and Holocaust denial.
Soviet soldiers moved into Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia in June 1940 but were driven out by nazi occupation forces a year later.
Relations between Russia and Latvia and Estonia have been strained by the two Baltic states’ persecution of Red Army veterans and the revival of ultra-nationalism and fascism.
The dismantling of the Soviet war memorial, the Bronze Soldier, in Tallinn [in Estonia] just before the May 9 2007 Victory Day celebrations in Russia triggered street protests in which over 1,000 people were arrested and one Russian national was killed.
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