Warning: This historical documentary contains some explicit scenes that are of
a violent and disturbing nature.
Only 18 minutes of this footage has ever been shown before in the west. This was
released by the Russians as prosecution evidence at the Nuremberg War Crime
trials. Captain Alexander Vrotsos is the only surviving cameraman from the
Soviet film crew attached to the 1st Ukrainian Front, who in Jan/Feb 1945 filmed
the liberation of the infamous death camp, Auschwitz. He describes the feelings
that he and his comrades felt at the horrific scenes that confronted the brave