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State of the Arts | Clip | LIFE and Death

A Princeton University Art Museum exhibition explores how, in 1945, LIFE Magazine used photographs to persuade an unbelieving public that the atrocities of the Holocaust really had taken place. New research reveals how and why LIFE magazine kept the fact that the camp inmates were Jewish hidden from the American public. All images © LIFE Picture Collection.

S40 E6 | 0:08:52 | AIRED: 3/26/2022 |
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