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Title Never Again Lidice 1952, 1952.

Published Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description online resource (video file 0:20:31) : Sound, Black and White.
Series The Holocaust & War Crimes.
Wars & Revolutions.
Socialism on Film.
Notes Archive Reference: N-507227.
Credits Contributors: Geoerlich, A.; Freimann, P.; Kleinova, D.M.; Styblíková, Vlasta ; Sust, J.; Franek, J.; Prochazka, M.
Production Company: Prague News Film Studios.
Summary Documentary about the destruction of the Czech village of Lidice by the Nazis and its subsequent re-birth. [WARNING: extremely distressing scenes of dead bodies, executions and Holocaust victims.]. Includes footage shot by the Nazis of the village's destruction. Examines the historical events which led up to the Second World War and the Soviet Army's involvement in the liberation of Czechoslovakia. Concludes with footage of the Korean War and a powerful plea for world peace and international understanding.
Original Version Reproduction of: Czechoslovakia, 1952. 16mm Comb B/W pos.
NOTES The British Film Institute.
Notes Description based on online resource (viewed on 17 October, 2017).
Other author Geoerlich, A, Production Team.
Freimann, P, Production Team.
Kleinova, D.M, Production Team.
Styblíková, Vlasta, Production Team.
Sust, J, Production Team.
Franek, J, Production Team.
Prochazka, M, Production Team.
Prague News Film Studios, production company.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), digitiser.
Subject Nazism.
Fascism.
Second World War (1939-1945)
Occupation of territories.
Invasions.
Civilian deaths.
Concentration camps.
Executions.
Resistance movements.
Bombing.
Genocide.
Bomb damage.
Ruins.
Women.
Children.
Kidnapping.
Victory.
War crimes.
Soviet army.
Commemorations.
Volunteers.
Aid.
Reconstruction.
Communism.
Peace.
Protest movements.
Korean War (1950-1953)
Workers.
Wars.
Czechoslovakia.
Abyssinia (Ethiopia)
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
Prague.
Lidice.
Warsaw.
Germany.
Berlin.
Korea.
Franco, Francisco (1892-1975)
Mussolini, Benito (1883-1945)
Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945)
Guderian, Heinz (1888-1954)
Stalin, Josef (1878-1953)
Documentary.
1939-1945.
Internet videos.
Nonfiction films.
Variant Title Socialism on film : the Cold War and international propaganda, 1917-1989 1936-1985.