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'Ich wollte leben, um der Welt von Auschwitz zu erzählen'
21.01.20

'Ich wollte leben, um der Welt von Auschwitz zu erzählen'

Batcheva Dagan überlebte als junge Frau das Konzentrationslager Auschwitz. Nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg zog sie nach Israel und schrieb mehrere Bücher über den Holocaust, unter anderem für Kinder. 'Ich wollte leben, um der Welt von Auschwitz zu er

SHOTLIST CHOLON, ISRAEL25. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe Auschwitz survivor Batcheva Dagan showing the Auschwitz prisoner number '45554' on her arm2. Schwenk von unten nach oben Auschwitz survivor Batcheva Dagan showing the Auschwitz prisoner number '45554' on her armAUSCHWITZ, POLEN14. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: AFPTV3. Totale An Auschwitz Museum building behind a barbed wire fenceCHOLON, ISRAEL25. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV4. Halbnahe Auschwitz survivor Batcheva Dagan5. Herauszoomen Auschwitz survivor Batcheva Dagan holding the books that she used to read in the campAUSCHWITZ, POLENCHOLON, ISRAEL14. JANUAR 202025. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV6. Schwenk von unten nach oben Barbed wire to the MoonCHOLON, ISRAEL25. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: AFPTV7. O-TON 1 - Batcheva Dagan, Auschwitz camp survivor (Frau, 94 Jahre alt, Hebrew, 18 Sek.): 'My whole dream was to study in order to survive the horrors of Auschwitz, I searched for something to do that was mine and came from my own decision (not the Nazis').'8. O-TON 2 - Batcheva Dagan, Auschwitz camp survivor (Frau, 94 Jahre alt, Hebrew, 51 Sek.): 'There were many languages there (in Auschwitz) from so many countries. I thought to myself, I will learn French! But how will I learn? Without books, without a pencil, without papers... I will do it (learn) by heart. I found a woman from Brussels, so I asked her: 'How do you say that? What is this called?' And in that way I built my French. I left Auschwitz fluent in French. For me, it was the language of hope, if I will live, the French will help me. But the French ladies laughed and said to me 'You will be burned together with your French'. My answer to them was 'Now I am enjoying it, and that is enough for me to learn the language, what will happen next? Nobody knows.'' AUSCHWITZ, POLEN CHOLON, ISRAEL 15. DEZEMBER 2019 25. DEZEMBER 2019 QUELLE: AFPTV 9. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von unten nach oben passing under the famous entrance gate 'Arbeit macht frei' at the entrance of the extermination camp Auschwitz I 10. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von unten nach oben barbed wire in the Auschwitz I extermination camp AUSCHWITZ, POLEN CHOLON, ISRAEL 14. JANUAR 2020 25. DEZEMBER 2019 QUELLE: AFPTV 11. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von unten nach oben A watchtower behind barbed wire 12. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von unten nach oben A watchtower behind the barbed wire AUSCHWITZ, POLEN CHOLON, ISRAEL 14. JANUAR 2020 25. DEZEMBER 2019 QUELLE: AFPTV 13. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von unten nach oben The barracks of the Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz I to the barbed-wire fence 14. O-TON 3 - Batcheva Dagan, Auschwitz camp survivor (Frau, 94 Jahre alt, Hebrew, 9 Sek.): 'I wanted to live in order to tell the world (about what happened), that was my goal. When I am asked 'Who could survive?' My answer is 'The one who could suffer'. If you were not able to suffer, you went to the electrified fence (of Auschwitz), touched it with your hand, and died.'15. O-TON 4 - Batcheva Dagan, Auschwitz camp survivor (Frau, 94 Jahre alt, Hebrew, 17 Sek.): 'I spent 20 months there, 600 days and nights. You live with the threat and it can be your last moment.'

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