SURVIVING BIRKENAU: The Dr. Susan Spatz Story
Widescreen. Born in Vienna in 1922, Susan Spatz was an only child who lived a life of privilege until the Nazis invaded Austria. Interned at the notorious Birkenau death camp, Susan survived an astonishing three years before a long and brutal death march led her instead to liberation. In this documentary, she recounts her experiences with remarkable clarity. 71 minutes.
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2959992
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