"I Don't Cry"
- Aired: 05/14/2013
- Rating: NR
During the war, Krystyna Budnicka's family hid from the Germans in a network of sewers under a Warsaw ghetto street. Only she and one of her brothers had survived. A retired schoolteacher, she speaks to children about the Holocaust in her free time. Here, she shows Marian Marzynski haunting fragments of a German propaganda film shot in the Warsaw ghetto, and recalls her survival.
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