Remember Belsen is a moving interpretation of Alfred Hitchcock’s film F3080, which captured the horror with which British and Canadian liberators were confronted at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in April 1945.
This eye-witness account is told by five Jewish survivors, a cameraman, and well-known Australian war artist Alan Moore, who was the first to record the horrors of Bergen-Belsen with his art.
The documentary features characters heroic, evil, and enterprising — some destined for fame, others for infamy. But even against such an inhospitable and mind-numbing landscape, the seeds of friendship were sown and would blossom many decades later.
Image: Photograph taken by Alan Moore in April 1945 at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp of liberated concentration camp prisoners mingling with their liberators