Auschwitz: Blueprints of Genocide

Documentaries, 1994, 48 minutes, 99 reviews
Auschwitz: Blueprints of Genocide
Newly released KGB files expose evidence proving how architects and engineers conspired with the Nazis to build a camp designed for genocide.
The documentaries Auschwitz: Blueprints of Genocide was released in 1994 and lasts 48 minutes. Parental guidance suggested. May not be suitable for all children.

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