If the online videos are also available as a DVD in the 1st floor Deaf Media collection and/or in the 3rd floor Deaf Studies Archive collection, this will be noted. Most of the online videos are available in the Deaf People and WW II website and/or other websites. Click on the titles to access the online videos. The Films on Demand video segment below shares information about David Bloch.
20th Century Chicago Stories: Deaf Lives & Experiences
Available as a DVD only in the 1st floor Deaf Media collections, HV2373.T92 2005.
World War II: the deaf soldier / John Edlund (10 min.) -- World War II: the deaf workers / Jenny Bratanch (4 min.)
Exodus: A Deaf Jewish Family Escapes the Holocaust by
Also available as a DVD-3rd floor Deaf Studies Archive, D804.196 .E96 2006
Worry: A Jewish DeafBlind Survivor Shares Her Story by
Also available as a DVD 3rd floor, Deaf Studies Archives, D804.196 .W67 2009.
Also available as DVDs in 3rd floor, Deaf Studies Archive, RITDSA.0004
NJ Convention Survivors Testimonies
Available as DVD-Rs only in the 1st floor Deaf Media collection, D804.196.N4 2007. Video footage of the 1990 New Jersey Deaf Jewish Convention. Deaf Holocaust survivors give their testimonies. Simon Carmel interviews Laszlo Bardos, from Hungary, Magda Zimmet Bardos, from Hungary, and Ludovi Wurmfeld, from Czechoslovakia.
Deaf Holocaust Survivors
Also available as a DVD in the 1st floor Deaf Media Collection, D804.196 .H65 1989b and 3rd floor Deaf Studies Archive, RITDSA.0004 collections. Guests are David Bloch and Stanley Teger and are interviewed by Jacqueline Schertz.. David was a prisoner of Auschwitz in the early 1940s. Ninety-eight members of Stanley's family were killed at Treblinka. The stories of these two men and their love for life are truly inspiring.
Some Activities of the Deaf
A message to the deaf people of America, presented by the president Tom L. Anderson of N.A.D. Scene of N.A.D. donating a clubmobile to the Red Cross for the World War II from the victory fund compiled by the Deaf people of America. Showing of the Red Cross volunteers with soldiers.
Forgotten People: Deaf People's Contributions During WW II by
Also available as a DVD- 1st floor Deaf Media and Deaf Studies Archive collections, HV2474 .A72 1987 no. 62 and HV2530.F67 1999
Ingelore Honigstein: A Deaf Jewish Woman Shares her Experiences in Nazi Germany
Also available as a DVD-1st floor Deaf Media, D804.196.H664 2007