Dealers in Death (1935)

This 1935 anti-war documentary tells the story of the companies that became rich selling weapons in World War I. It also looks into the years that lies ahead.

Alfred Hitchcock documentary on the Holocaust (Graphic cont)

A film the British Government deemed too grisly for release after World War II – has received its public debut on British television. Fifteen minutes of the black-and- white film, which was shot by the armed forces after the war, were televised Tuesday night by the Independent Television News.