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The Hidden Child DVD
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Of the 1.6 million Jewish children who lived in Europe before WWII, only 100,000 survived the Holocaust. Most were hidden children, shuttered away in attics, cellars, convents or farms. This hour long documentary, is Maud Dahme's story of courage, hope and bravery in the face of evil and death. It chronicles the wartime experiences of Dahme, one of an estimated 5,000 Jewish children hidden from the Nazis by righteous gentiles in the Netherlands.
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4.0

Story of Survival and Caring

By Lisa

from North Carolina

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Comments about PBS The Hidden Child DVD:

I loved this documentary. With all the programs that end in tragedy, it is good to see a program that shows the caring aspect of humanity. A story of survival and caring.

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Amazing story, a must see!

By Jack M

from Bonita Springs, FL

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I watched this video along with 55 other people in our condo building. Everyone walked away speechless. We all felt Maud has gone through a childhood that no one can imagine, yet has such a positive message of love,and the courage to go beyond what happened to her family and see the positive of life. She's a heroine.

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