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Added on :  15-Sep-2009
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On July 4th, 1946, the citizens of Kielce murdered 40 Jews living in the city. It was Europe's last pogrom. Events happening elsewhere in Europe and Palestine, when combined with the local communist government's efforts to suppress evidence, led to conspiracy theories about what happened that kept anti-Semitism alive. It blocked dialogue between Poles and Jews. When Poles could speak freely a man appeared in Kielce whose insistent efforts over twenty years have brought about change and opened the doors to reconciliation, ending a 60 year conflict. This film tells the story of that process.
Watch the 10min trailer avaliable on renderyard.com
and visit www.notforthedead.pl

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