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Remembrance of Love

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Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and we reflect with solemn reverence.   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 Love ,  starring 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. Never forget. TheArchive  channel is dedicated to aficionados and lovers of story, craft, and silver screen fun – streaming rare, retro, and 4K restored films and classic TV. From indies and series, to Oscar winning documentaries, unearthed MOWs, and a killer horror library,  TheArchive  delive

The Long Way Home: Remembering the Holocaust

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On Holocaust Remembrance Day we honor the millions who perished and the millions whose eternal light continues to shine as a beacon of hope.  Humanity will triumph in the face of any challenge and transcend any wrong. Oscar winning documentary, The Long Way Home , echoes those ideals as it depicts the plight of Jewish refugees after World War II that 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. Never forget. TheArchive  channel is dedicated to aficionados and lovers of story, craft, and silver screen fun – streaming rare, retro, and 4K restored films and classic TV. From indies and series, to Oscar winning documentaries, unearthed MOW