Band of Brothers- Liberation of Concentration Camp

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French Fan : Jewish Prisoner: "Das ist ein Arbeitslager für . . . unerwünschte wirklich . . . " = "This is a workcamp for . . . undesirables/unwanted people really. Gottlieb's translation was right as he had suspected.

Banta CT : Nothing can ever prepare you for the sheer fear and horror that people witness when they see a scene like this. This was a tv/ movie series but this is what history relates to. One of the most disturbing and horrific moments in our lives. We shall never ever forget this horrific moment in our history. May god bless their souls and may this thing never ever be repeated. Went to the imperial war museum and saw the holocaust exhibition. Truly a most wonderfully put together display. But when going into that place. Words cannot describe what it must of been like for the Jews and millions of other people who suffered the most inhumane punishments and torture, it is utterly sick and horrifying what truly happened during the holocaust. 😢😢😢 But also to add that this was such a beautifully done scene. Because it really just shows you the real depiction of the final solution. Always loved band of brothers. Brilliantly directed. Fantastic cast. But when talking about a moment in our history that was horrifying and indescribable. There is nothing fantastic about that, just sadness and pain

MCP/ChronicBuzz : probably the lowest point humanity ever got down to. That's what happens if you're just "following orders" instead of using your own brain.

B-Y Bryce : That last Jew that saluted to the American really got me

Yildiz bitch : what ! 2009

triple M : 3:47 that man speaks croatian

B Ruane : General Eisenhower said , I filmed the camps because I knew in 50 years some sons of bitches will say this never happened. He was right.

William Eaton : The real tragedy is that people deny this ever happened.

David Hutchinson : You look at a scene like this, based in historical fact....and yet there are those who would deny it ever happened. It still amazes me how people could think that. Bless those who survived and those who did not. And those who liberated them....on all sides. Soviet or Allied.

Robonator7of9 : My Grandfather Edward was a medic who was in the Regiment, 3rd armored, that liberated Buchenwald.

Vincenzo Mariani : The fucked up part is, in real life the soldiers were so heart broken that they started giving away all their food which actually killed a few of the prisoners because their bodies couldn't digest the large amounts of food given to them after eaten meager amounts of food for months and years. Of course the soldiers not the prisoners knew any better. But still, once that was known, soldiers had to ration the food given and ensure no one ate too much

Tom Ridley : What's perhaps the most disgusting reaction to the Holocaust are the people who claim this did not happen, while wishing for the next to occur.

James TheGamer : This is supposed to be about 50% accurate, the reality was worse, if that’s even possible.

Ryan Takamiya : It was a nice touch by the writers to include the fact that other groups not just Jews were included in Hitler’s madness. They could have very easily just had the man say Jews and gotten the same emotional pay off but they recognized the other victims of the holocaust something not many people may have realized

Dado : 3:45 The guy said:"help please help him, he is still alive, he can still be saved"

peter mcallister : Im Scottish and my granddad when he was in the british army took part in the liberation of Bergen Belsen. He had to put a old sock over his nose the smell was so bad. Now they will all be gone soon,holocaust denial is rising,we must all fight this-the horror of what happened must NEVER be forgotten.

Burn Blister : So, enjoying my day off of work. I've just made myself a delicious roast beef sandwich, with a cold glass of sweet tea, and a pickle on the side. I had just sat down and kind of browsing YouTube. I clicked this video out of curiosity. Suddenly, I'm not hungry anymore. I realized how privileged I am to enjoy freedom.

Scott Tillman : I love how people watch a Hollywood movie then talk like they've seen the real thing.

Caine DeZilwa : My Great-grandfather served during WWII for the German Army. He defected after he was stationed at a Concentration Camp for 6 months. He had nightmares about what he saw there for the rest of his life. He said a little boy being sent to a Gas Chamber was what sent him over the edge, though apparently he was already right on the edge from day one.

NathanSB311 : And yet liberals say that anyone who disagrees with them is a Nazi.

matt cullen : If that dont break your heart you have no soul

TTp : the pepole who say's hitler was right , need to see this then....

frankandersson76 : In 1934, according to published statistics, 38.5%of those holding the most senior posts in the Soviet security apparatuses were of Jewish origin. They too, of course, were gradually eliminated in the next purges. Dr. Halfin described the waves of Soviet terror as a "carnival of mass murder," "fantasy of purges", and "essianism of evil." Turns out that Jews too, when they become captivated by messianic ideology, can become great murderers, among the greatest known by modern history. The Jews active in official communist terror apparatuses (In the Soviet Union and abroad) and who at times led them, did not do this, obviously, as Jews, but rather, as Stalinists, communists, and "Soviet people." Therefore, we find it easy to ignore their origin and "play dumb": What do we have to do with them? But let's not forget them. It's unacceptable that a person will be considered a member of the Jewish people when he does great things, but not considered part of their people when he does amazingly despicable things.

Mixer : The man at 3:47 says "People help me please, he is still alive you can still save him, please help.

Max Dee : from my (german) perspective this is especially hard to watch. gives me the chills everytime.

Arvid Atsinch : Typhus

MrChris046 : Hawkeye: War isn't Hell. War is war, and Hell is Hell. And of the two, war is a lot worse. Father Mulcahy: How do you figure, Hawkeye? Hawkeye: Easy, Father. Tell me, who goes to Hell? Father Mulcahy: Sinners, I believe. Hawkeye: Exactly. There are no innocent bystanders in Hell. War is chock full of them - little kids, cripples, old ladies. In fact, except for some of the brass, almost everybody involved is an innocent.

Timothy Maynard : To all communists, socialists, luciferians...may you rot in hell!

TraustiGeir : I can't help but think that this is just so unreal. We, as a generation, won't ever see anything so horrible on such an immense scale. The only way most of us will ever observe it is via computer and television screens and books. While they deliver the story, they'll never substitute the wave of emotions and sensory overload that many Allied soldiers must've experienced when they witnessed this for themselves. We must never forget that this happened and could very well be happening in different forms today, hidden from view.

Kish : As impactful as this scene is, actual images of the Concentration camp prisoners are 100 times more horrifying. They were literally just skin and bones. There's just no way for this show to portray it precisely, without using CGI.

Ashutosh Singh : Reason why Israel was created.

The Elven Queen : This makes me so sad! And to think that this actually happened. A sad part of history.and to think kids make fun of the Holocaust.

Bob Jeffrey : This segment should be MANDATORY VIEWING in every High School- period

Nalyd Llewop : 4:09, I break everytime I watch that prisoner embrace and kiss the american soldier. Such an emotionally amazing part of this entire scene

ebutuoy406 : I am a Black man, and nothing else rips me apart more than the suffering man inflict on his fellow man. No matter what race. The first book I ever read was the Diary of Anne Frank.

GermanMilitaryPower : And a few weeks afterwards the US nuked two japanese cities lol.

Bob ap Bob : And how many neo-nazi trolls are spouting off on all these sites showing what the Germans did? I see them all the time and they make me sick

Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange : Band of Brothers is still the best of the best.

Eddie Edmondson : Just an FYI: I watched a director talk about this scene and the actor's weren't allowed to see the set until they actually shot the scene. He wanted their genuine reaction of seeing it for the first time. One of the most gripping of BoB.

Rochelle Holland : I've seen real footage of liberated camps and it's worse than even this. Way worse. Words can't describe the horror

Darth Vitiate : And after all this time there's still antisemitic bastards who deny this happened

bandwagon22 : When German forces marched to east they would have never been so successful capturing Jews and executed them without incredible eager and willingness local population: in Ukraine, in Baltic States even in Belarus. Copulation of Jews and Bolsheviks was deep in the minds of local population. In fact in many places local folks started slaughter Jews before Germans. Many local murderers thought they were just "patriots".

Gelu Urs : smells like shekels (sht)

Strifuhn : Makes one imagine what being one of the troops that found the camps by the end of the war must've been like ... Macabre beyond describtion.

Nelson Cabrera : All I’m gonna say to those people “ EVIL PEOPLE DENY THIS HAPPENED” - the losers in war don’t get to tell the story. Only victors can paint the picture of what occurred.

Hissing Cookies : We need more WWII Movies and Shows. Not many people know how bloody WWII was...

Lathkens : After all these years still most touching scene ever.

Robby Carlson : This is so sad

Anthony Spearman : The Nazi were terrible people! Such torture against humanity

Carl Rundle : My grandpa died in a concentration camp He fell down from the guard's tower