Memory of the Camps

In 1945 Alfred Hitchcock worked as a “treatment advisor” on a Holocaust documentary produced by the British Army.

The film is a record of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps and is a stark and chilling document of one of the darkest chapters in human history.

The film was deemed to graphic and disturbing to be released just after World War II and it remained unreleased until 1985.

It was eventually completed by PBS Frontline under the direction of Sidney Bernstein and shown under the title Memory of the Camps.

You can watch it below: