As a Kapo in Auschwitz, Yakov Kozalchic was known as “The Warden of the Death Block.” But Kozalchic also risked his life to save Jewish prisoners. After the war, accusations of collaboration with the Nazis drove Kozalchic to suicide. Now, his 68-year-old son reexamines the legacy of his father, seeking the truth about Yakov’s journey from famed strongman to shunned collaborator.
Screening as part of the Cummings Social Justice Film Series
465 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
$14.00 Seniors/Students/Members Discount
$11.00 Groups 10+
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