One Day in Auschwitz

Kitty Hart-Moxon is a Polish-English Auschwitz concentration camp surviver, in this film the now 90-year old decides to revisit the very Nazi death camp that she was sent to as a child over 70 years ago, back in 1943. Hart-Moxon was only 16 when herself and her mother were forced into the camp and now she wants to re-make the journey along with two teenage girls who are both of a similar age to hers when she was originally sent there.

Hart-Moxon recounts the true horrors she experienced in the camp whilst also remembering the resilience, friendship and sheer human strength that allowed her to survive against all odds, taking one day at a time.


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  1. Listen to the narrator at the beginning. 1 million died not 6 million. The holohoax myth is just that, a myth.

    • People like you make events like this one possible! YOU are ignorants who know nothing about historical FACTS!!!! One million jews and other anti regime people, disabled people and others were murdered at Auschwitz, in total 6 million Jews were exterminated by the Nazis during WWII. Beware…you might be in the next target group of monsters like those who thought of “the final solution” that led to the mass killing of jews!!!!

    • 1 million died at Auschwitz… 6 million died in the Holocast. Listen to what the narrator actually says.