WWII: Witnessing the Holocaust | Personal accounts of persecution and genocide by the Nazi regime
These programmes and documents chart the reactions and personal testimonies of some of those who witnessed the Nazis' "Final Solution".
Interviews, journals and documentaries starkly convey the realities of the camps. Survivors recount their experiences of the genocide and its continuing legacy.
This collection also illustrates the shock felt by the liberators and how the atrocities were revealed by UK broadcasters.
Should more be reported on the atrocities in France?
The BBC broadcasts more information on the atrocities in occupied Europe.
Parliament's reaction to news of the Nazis' liquidation of the ghettos.
BBC management considers ways of combating anti-Semitism.
The importance of disseminating news on the liberated concentration camps.
News reports continue to emphasis the liberation of the concentration camps.
A harrowing and moving account of the conditions in Belsen.
Polish authorities thank the BBC for its support.
The submission of Patrick Gordon Walker's diary on Belsen.
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