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We Allow You to Die

Last week as we prepared for Yom HaShoah, Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, we shared with you two Holocaust documentaries by Israeli filmmaker Boris Maftsir. Today, we bring you Maftsir's third film, which looks at another forgotten chapter of the Holocaust - the atrocities which occurred in Romania. There, thousands died at the hands of the Nazis and the complicit Romanian government - many of them allowed to die by way of starvation and disease.

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