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Warning: This video is graphic and harrowing. Taken from the ITV series 'The World At War In Colour' it contains colour footage filmed at the liberation of Dachau & Buchenwald Camps. I share it on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, lest we ever forget

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DooLally Jan 27
Replying to @StuartHumphryes
I remember watching the whole series on a Sunday afternoon, blimey, 40 years ago?
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @homewithrose
No. This was made in 1999 and wouldn't have been screened in the afternoon. It was after the watershed material.
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DooLally Jan 27
Replying to @StuartHumphryes
i didnt watch it in colour then , the original program was sll b&w ?
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @homewithrose
Please read the description.
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Keith Frankish Jan 27
5% of the UK population. Terrifying.
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @keithfrankish @5Mumsie
I think it was 5% of the 2000 people surveyed.
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JP Jan 27
Is that better or worse? (I have dyscalculia)
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @5Mumsie @keithfrankish
5% of the UK population is 3 million 250 thousand people. But 5% of the 2000 people surveyed is a hundred people.
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @mokoiajo
It's not colourised. Read the description!
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Carol Lewis Jan 27
Watched this as a child, left a lasting impression
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
You may be confusing it with 'The World At War', narrated by Laurence Oliver, in 1973. That wasn't in colour. This was a 1999 documentary narrated by John thaw.
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Dibbly Jan 27
Replying to @StuartHumphryes
Parents had no problem with me watching this when it was originally broadcast. I would have been 7. Hit home early as to what evil really meant.
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @MatDenham
It was broadcast in 1999. Are you only 27 years old?
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Mike Daly Jan 27
The 5% of UK that believe The Holocast did not happen should watch this
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
It was 5% of the 2000 people surveyed. Which is 100 people. Not 5% of the 65 million people in the UK
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Its me--Donna Jan 27
Replying to @StuartHumphryes
Watched "World at War" series on Saturdays with my dad, a WWII vet, when I was a teen. We shed tears at the loss of so many good ppl. I'm thankful there were so many other good ppl willing to put their lives on the line to try to save them (my dad included).
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Its me--Donna Jan 27
Very possibly means the original black and white version, which is what I watched with my dad. Doesn't take away from your good work...which brought these atrocities to light to another generation. Thank you.
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BabelColour 🎞 Jan 27
Replying to @itsme_donna4
This is a different series. Screened in 1999, narrated by John Thaw. All original colour footage. Fantastic event television. I'd recommend the DVD to everyone.
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