Auschwitz From The Air
The Nazi extermination camps at Auschwitz in Poland were photographed in extraordinary detail from the air. The vast site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp was only 8km from a large synthetic oil and rubber manufacturing plant. The film raises some uncomfortable questions - if Allied aircraft could photograph the concentration camps in detail, why did they not destroy them?
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