TheArchive Sheds a Sweet Light

As Hanukkah and its festival of lights fills Jewish homes across the world, TheArchive shares just eight of our many titles that celebrate that illumination: the perseverance of the Jewish people and the light brought to the world through their countless contributions even in their senseless passing.

I Have Never Forgotten You, narrated by Nicole Kidman, provides an intimate portrait of famed Nazi hunter and humanitarian, Simon Wiesenthal, looking closely at the sacrifices made by one of history's bravest men.

Oscar winning documentary, The Long Way Home, depicts the plight of Jewish refugees after World War II who contributed to the creation of the State of Israel.  

The film examines the horrific conditions for Jewish refugees even in post-war Europe, as antisemitism was still prevalent and poverty the norm. The formation of the State of Israel is explored, along with the ensuing debates around its formation.

Narrated by Morgan Freeman, The Long Way Home features Edward Asner, Sean Astin, and Martin Landau.

In My 100 Children, Lena Kuchler arrives at a refugee camp at the end of World War II in search of her family, but is unable to locate them. Instead, she finds dozens of hungry children in desperate need of her help.

Ever Again takes a hard look at the resurgence of anti-semitic violence in 21st Century Europe, reveals anti-Semitism across the political spectrum, and examines what can be done to stop it.

We honor the millions who perished and the millions whose eternal light continues to shine as a beacon of hope. We also honor the survivors whose numbers continue to dwindle. In fact, today’s survivors are all older than 75 with nearly 20% over 90 years old. Israel only has 165,800 Holocaust survivors still alive. 

In Remembrance of Lovestarring Kirk Douglas and Pam Dawber, a widower journeys to Israel with his daughter to attend the World Gathering of Holocaust Survivors and search for his first love from whom he was separated during the war. What he discovers he will indeed remember for all eternity.

Genocide, an Academy Award-winning documentary, takes a harrowing look at life during the Holocaust. Orson Welles and Elizabeth Taylor lend their voices to this heartbreaking historical account.

Liberation is a retrospective of the Allied campaign to liberate Europe during WWII, and Hitler's genocidal war against the Jews with film footage, music, and radio broadcasts collected from around the world. Bob Hope and Mickey Rooney are featured.

For most, the idea of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust is limited to the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Unlikely Heroes chronicles untold stories of resistance and heroics throughout the Holocaust.

Celebrate days long ago and all those bright ones to come, only on TheArchive.

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