Janet Tobias

Film Review: ‘No Place on Earth’ Puts Human Peril Underground

No Place on Earth

CHICAGO – The human face of the Holocaust – the Jewish genocide by Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party – has been reflected through many incredible accounts of horror and survival. A new film focuses on another amazing story, set in a cave in the Ukraine, where five Jewish families hid underground from German soldiers in 1942. The survivors give their witness in “No Place on Earth.”

Interviews: Director Janet Tobias, Holocaust Survivors Speak of ‘No Place on Earth’

No Place on Earth

CHICAGO – As more stories of the Holocaust – the genocide of the Jewish people by Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party during World War II – come to light, new horrible situations are related by those who survived. In the battle over the Ukraine, five families of Jews escaped death by hiding in a cave for a record number of days. Their story is told in “No Place on Earth.”

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