Journal écrit sous le III ème Reich

Directed by : Stan Neumann

The intimate diary that Victor Klemperer wrote from 1933 to 1945 is one of the most detailed and most impressive pieces of evidence of the fate of German Jews under the Nazi regime. This is the text of a great writer. It is the story of a man from whom everything except his life was stripped away. It is a lesson in resistance. What can a mere university professor, a pariah, who has been deprived of all means and all rights, do on his own against barbarism? He can do nothing except continue to think as a free man.

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Author : Stan Neumann

Photography : Ned Burgess

Editing : Stan Neumann - Catherine Adda

Producer : Les Films d'Ici/Richard Copans

Partners : CNC

Available version : VF

Broadcaster : Arte France

Length : 72'

Format : Vidéo

ISAN : 00000001A0560000E00000000W

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