1/12/14, "Hitchcock’s Masterpiece On The Holocaust Concentration Camps Is Finally Released," jewsnews.co.il
"Memory of the Camp" filmed in 1945. Bergen-Belsen begins around 4:45.
You can watch the one hour video at the
site or below. I tried viewing the film at You
Tube's site where one must be over a certain age to view it. I'm the correct age but on repeated attempts got a
message that You Tube has an issue about my signing in, and the
troubleshooter list was also a dead end.
More about the film:
1/7/14, "Coming soon: Hitchcock's lost Holocaust documentary," USA Today, Trey Barrineau
"The original documentary is titled Memory of the Camps. It was filmed in 1945 but was never released because of production problems and political pressures, according to PBS' Frontline,
which aired an unedited, incomplete version in 1985 after a researcher
found it in the Imperial War Museum's vaults. The new version, which
doesn't yet have a title, is being digitally restored and will include
footage that was missing from the 1985 version.
collaborated on the documentary with friend and future business partner
Sidney Bernstein, who said the famed director refused to be paid for his
work. PBS says Hitchcock's role was to "shape the way the documentary
was presented." Later, while reviewing the footage shot by British Army
cameramen, the master of the macabre was so traumatized that he "stayed
away from Pinewood Studio for a week," according to The New Zealand Herald.
The finished documentary could be equally shocking for today's audiences."...
IMDB, "Memory of the Camps," 1985
"In 1945, camera crews went with the American and British armies in the
nazis death camps and filmed the horror they found there. A group of
directors among whom was Alfred Hichcock developed a script to present
these horrors and be sure that people remember."...
Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) was born in England and knighted in 1979.