DOCUMENTARIES

A March Through Time: The Legacy of Jews in Poland
Polish Judges Fight Forced Retirement
July 17, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 14

Polish Judges Fight Forced Retirement

Poland's Law and Justice Party says it's reforming the judiciary. Others say it's staging a takeover of an independent branch of government.

Discovering A New Identity: How Krakow's Jewish Population Is Growing
June 1, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 13

Discovering A New Identity: How Krakow's Jewish Population Is Growing

The Jewish community in Krakow, Poland, is often associated with a painful history. Those living there say they're looking toward the future.

Study: Two-Thirds Of American Millennials Don't Know What Auschwitz Is
June 1, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 12

Study: Two-Thirds Of American Millennials Don't Know What Auschwitz Is

A newly released study shows nearly a quarter of American millennials aren't sure they've heard of the Holocaust.

Could German Judges Have Done More To Prevent The Holocaust?
June 1, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 11

Could German Judges Have Done More To Prevent The Holocaust?

In pre-war Germany, some judges helped Adolf Hitler consolidate power and implement his agenda.

Christian Poles: It's Our Responsibility To Combat Anti-Semitism
June 1, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 10

Christian Poles: It's Our Responsibility To Combat Anti-Semitism

A group of Christian Poles have taken it upon themselves to defend Polish Jews as hate speech rises in the country.

Poland Outlaws Blaming The Country For Holocaust Atrocities
May 24, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 09

Poland Outlaws Blaming The Country For Holocaust Atrocities

The controversial legislation has some free speech advocates up in arms.

Poland Could Lose Voting Rights On European Council
May 23, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 08

Poland Could Lose Voting Rights On European Council

The Law and Justice party in Poland has made sweeping changes to the country's judicial and electoral systems since taking over in 2015.

Voters Around The World Are Embracing Nationalism
May 22, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 07

Voters Around The World Are Embracing Nationalism

Some of Europe's most influential countries are seeing voters gravitate toward nationalistic views.

Poland And Its Ever-changing Political Landscape
May 21, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 06

Poland And Its Ever-changing Political Landscape

Poland's latest confrontation with its political values is not the first time the country has faced a crossroads.

This Woman's Bravery In World War II Wasn't Known For Almost 50 Years
May 18, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 05

This Woman's Bravery In World War II Wasn't Known For Almost 50 Years

Anna Stupnicka-Bando risked her life as a teen to save another girl during World War II. Her heroism wasn't learned until nearly half a century later.

'Never Forget And Never Forgive': A Holocaust Survivor's Mantra
May 16, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 04

'Never Forget And Never Forgive': A Holocaust Survivor's Mantra

Ed Mosberg lost 60 members of his family in the Holocaust. It's grief he'll never shake; a pain he lives with every day.

Holocaust Survivor Relives Anti-Semitism From Childhood
May 16, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 03

Holocaust Survivor Relives Anti-Semitism From Childhood

Holocaust survivor Irving Roth looks back on his childhood before the Holocaust. His experiences show that hate is taught.

Walking Through History: Holocaust Survivors Share Their Stories
May 1, 2018
Season 01 / Episode 01

Walking Through History: Holocaust Survivors Share Their Stories

Each year, thousands march from Auschwitz to Birkenau for Holocaust Remembrance Day. They have one goal: to pass on the story to the next generation.