Почему человек, побывавший в трех концентрационных лагерях, которому грозила смерть, отказался подписать документ, дающий ему свободу?

Это история жизни 107-летнего Леопольда Энгляйтнера. Когда простому человеку предложили выбор между жизнью и смертью, он мужественно решил следовать своим убеждениям.

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When hatred, prejudice, and bullying threaten, whose voices will we turn to?
The voices of the survivors must never be silenced even if they are no longer among us.
Nine Holocaust survivors and victims of Nazi tyranny [Jews, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Sinti, and a political prisoner] from 5 different countries (Austria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, USA) have ‘taken the stand’ to give their testimony as a legacy for future generations.a short description of this product. The information entered here will display on the product catalog page (this field is not used for grid results pages).

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Documentary about Leopold Engleitner "LADDER in the LIONS' DEN"
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100 Questions—900 Answers: Interviews with Holocaust Survivors and Victims of Nazi Tyranny

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100 Questions—900 Answers: Interviews with Holocaust Survivors and Victims of Nazi Tyranny

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As one of the world's oldest concentration camp survivors the Austrian Leopold Engleitner, born 1905, returns to the places where it all happened and talks about his exciting life.

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WHEN LEOPOLD ENGLEITNER WAS NINE YEARS OLD, an event of historical significance for the whole world and that led to the First World War took place in his hometown.

Although Leopold Engleitner and Adolf Hitler, who was sixteen years his senior, grew up in the same province (Upper Austria) and shared the same cultural background and education system, the convictions and attitudes they developed were diametrically opposed. Whereas Adolf Hitler caused untold suffering to millions as a merciless mass murderer, Leopold Engleitner devoted his life to peace, refusing to buckle even in the face of death.

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