Au nom du Führer and the abriged version Des enfants derrière des barbelés A glimpse of how the Third Reich treated children. On the one hand, German children, whose fate was to be manipulated so they became perfect Nazis. On the other, "non-Aryan" children of all nationalities, ill-treated, imprisoned, exterminated. 4 Special Features, including a chronicle of the years 1933 to 1945 and a press review.

La petite peau-blanche devait courber la tête devant l'Empereur Hirohito The first part deals with imprisonment in the Japanese camps in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia. The second part describes the concealment of Japan's military regime and the total silence on Emperor Hirohito's role during the Pacific War. 3 Special Features.

Laissez-moi au moins un peu de soleil Children's drawings of the city of the future. See "Là où toussent les petits oiseaux" above.

Combattre pour nos droits A documentary on the great 1960-1961 strike in Belgium, known abroad as "the strike of the century", which chronicles the struggle of a million strikers who for five weeks demonstrated against the "Loi Unique". 4 Special Features.

Breendonk. Dialogue ouvert A meeting between high school pupils and resistance members who were imprisoned in the SS camp at the Fort of Breendonk in Belgium, with discussions in the Fort on its past, present and future. 4 Special Features, including a short film on the camp.

Allemagne terminus Est The former German Demoncratic Republic and the Berlin Wall seen through the eyes of a foreigner. 3 Special Features.

Savoir Pourquoi Only the historical part of this film, i.e. from the rise of the Nazi dictatorship, including the Second World War. The film's originality lies in the way it shifts between "degenerate art" and Nazi art.
A documentary in four parts, each lasting 60 minutes. 2 DVDs. 3 Special Features.
I - Le triomphe des bourreaux (The killers triumph), 1918 - 1933.
II - La fête de la soumission (The feast of submission), 1933 - 1935.
III - La fête de la tromperie (The feast of deceit), 1936 - 1939.
IV - Seul l'être humain peut être inhumain (Only human beings can be inhuman), 1940 - 1945.

Un jour les témoins disparaîtront A true documentary, and not just a report, on a three-day study to Auschwitz / Birkenau by 120 young university students accompanied by 10 survivors, and their discussions during the visit on racism, dictatorship, solidarity and ethics. Over the years this film has become a valuable teaching, educational and historical tool. 5 Special Features.