rated for 0 + years DOCUMENTARY You can liquidate us, but not the memory of our lives: the story of the secret archive of the Warsaw Ghetto.
In 1941, the Jewish historian Emanuel Ringelblum and others founded an underground archive in the Warsaw Ghetto. Various different materials were hidden in metal boxes and milk churns: posters, newspaper reports, ration cards, diaries and poems, along with documents verifying the Nazi regime's policy of extermination. It was designed to record for posterity how Jews lived in the Ghetto and how they were murdered. In interviews, archive footage and dramatized scenes, the film reconstructs the creation of this encyclopaedia of remembrance.