- Directed by: David Wilkinson
- Year: 2021
- Duration: 175min
- Certificate: 15
- Type: Film
Co-produced by Nottingham-based Aegis Trust.
Released to coincide with the 75th Anniversary of the end of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg.
Almost 1 million people in 22 countries carried out the unprovoked murder of 11 million innocent men, women and children in WW2. 99% of those responsible were never prosecuted; most were never even questioned. The Allies unanimously agreed to prosecute those responsible when they drew up The London Agreement in August 1945. But, after the late 1940s, these very same Allies did almost nothing. Why? Director David Wilkinson attempts to find out precisely why so many were actively permitted to get away with their crime(s) – the crime of mass murder on an industrial scale.
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Holocaust survivor Malka Levine, Holocaust memorial co-founder Dr James Smith and director, David Wilkinson. It will be hosted by Gary D. Mills, Associate Professor of History Education, The University of Nottingham.
There will be a 15-minute interval at approximately 8PM.