Secret Lives and Other WWII Movies You Might Not Have Seen

Not only do our participants find WWII fiction and non-fiction interesting, but they also have expanded their knowledge of the war through movies.

Annette from A Garden of Books recently watched Secret Lives, and here’s what she had to say:

While browsing through the DVDs that Amazon has available on the Holocaust, I came across this documentary on Jewish children that were hid during the Holocaust.
“Secret Lives” surrounds the interviews of several of the children that were hid, and the families that hid them. The film is excellent in that it gives the audience the full scope of the impact in what the families went through when they gave up their children, the feelings that the children had when placed with “new families,” and the new families that grew to love the children as their own.

Read the rest of her thoughts here.

Meanwhile, Hope from Worthwhile Books posted a list of WWII movies that are not to be missed, which you can read by clicking here.

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