Yale F. Edeiken answers:
One of the leading private archives of film from this era is maintained by Lou Reda of Easton, PA.
I hope this gives you two solid leads on where to find the material you are seeking.
Yale F. Edeiken
Harry W. Mazal OBE answers:
One of my colleagues, Mr. Yale F. Edeiken, has already responded to your questions. What I have to offer will supplement his letter.
One source for news footage from WWII related to the Holocaust can be obtained at :
SOCIAL SCIENCES SCHOOL SERVICE
Pages 344 to 347 of their most recent catalog (1999) includes such titles as:
We Must never Forget: The Story of the Holocaust
Children of the Holocaust
Nazis: A Warning from History
The Holocaust: Crimes Against Humanity
Escape frokm Sobibor
The Diary of Anne Frank
Anne Frank Remembered
The War Crimes Trials
An inexpensive source of Nazi footage and Holocaust videos is:
Another excellent source, albeit more expensive:
INTERNATIONAL HISTORIC FILMS
I would suggest writing all three sources requesting a copy of their latest catalogs related to this period.
Finally, most major public libraries in the United States have large collections of these video tapes.
Harry W. Mazal OBE
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