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FILMING THE CAMPS: from Hollywood to Nuremberg

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Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

100 The Grove Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90036

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LOS ANGELES MUSEUM OF THE HOLOCAUST
Filming the Camps, from Hollywood to Nuremberg:
John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens
AF Members: $10.00 I Non Members: $15.00
Wine & Cheese Reception

Please join us for a private tour of Filming the Camps. from Hollywood to Nuremberg and for the opportunity to hear from Holocaust Survivor Betty Hyatt.
Betty was born in 1934 in Antwerp, Belgium. In May 1940, Nazi Germany invaded Belgium, her family fled for Vichy France. After her father was arrested and sent to a forced labor camp, Betty and her mother became very active in the French Resistance. She lived in France for the rest of the war under a false identity and under protection of a French woman who was later nominated as a Righteous Among the Nations.

In 1945, the world discovered the films the Allies made in the concentration and extermination camps. We may have their images, but we know little, if anything, about the people who made them and even less about the conditions in which they were produced. The Shoah Memorial exhibition focuses on a little-known aspect of the work of three major American directors who spent time in uniform in Europe during the Second World War.


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