February Films With Adult Education in the Meyers Library at KI
Thursday February 13th at 11am – This is a docudrama that traces the stories of four real-life Jewish
Holocaust survivors who learned to hide in plain sight in Berlin during
World War II. In 1943 Josef Goebbels declared Berlin “free of Jews.”
Amazingly 1,700 Jewish Berliners managed to survive in the Nazi capital.
The four individuals profiled in this film went to cinemas, cafes and safe
houses. They managed to elude Nazi officials and the many spies and
informants. They also forged passports and posed as an Aryan war
widow. This film will leave you speechless at its conclusion.