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Memorandum
1965, director: Donald Brittain, John Spotton
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The Four Freedoms Address by Franklin D. Roosevelt
1947
On January 6, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt...
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G. George Didn't Come Back
1946
The artist Miller Brittain served in the Royal Canadian Air...
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Night Target, Germany
1946
A landscape of devastation on the edge of pictorial...
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A Canadian Soldier Looks at a Portrait of Adolf Hitler
1945
A soldier of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division contemplates...
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Royal Canadian Air Force Briefing Before Kiska
1945
On August 15, 1943, after three weeks of naval and air...
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Canadian Soldiers Display a German Flag
1945
Five Canadian soldiers display a German flag bearing the...
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German Memorial after Bombing
Artist unknown, one sheet, 1965

The documentary Memorandum is an emotional journey with the Canadian Bernard Laufer. Accompanied by his son and several Jewish friends, also survivors of the death camps, he returns to Dachau, Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen. A thought-provoking look at history by a survivor-turned-visitor.

National Film Board of Canada