Courtesy: Grigory (Grysha,) my Berdichever guide

– Railway Station and Memorial of WWII
 Industry “Progress” and other Memorials
– Hotel “Druzhba”
– Pedagogical Institute in Berdichev
– Chapel where Balzac married Mme. Hanska and old buildings
– A visit to the Jewish cemetery
– The Market
 The Synagogue, Rabbi Shlomo Breuer, the building of the Old Synagogue and Memorial of the Holocaust
– The Faculty of Medicine and other classical buildings
– Beer produced in Berdichev
– The River Gnylopyat, The Carmelite Monastery, and The Fortress
– Memorial of the Holocaust during WWII
– Aerial view of Berdichev 
– Berdichev-1
– Berdichev-2
– Berdichev-3
– Berdichev-4
– Berdichev-5 
– Berdichev-6
– Berdichev-7
– Berdichev-8
– Old Berdichev

Other videos 

– Soviet Genocide in Ukraine 
– Rabbi Levi Yitzhak 
– Reminding Genocide in Berdichev

This is the Trailer of the upcoming documentary & exhibition created by the Berlin artist Thomas Wernicke in co- operation with the German composer/musician Michael “Roosty” Schmerschneider & the Ukraine interpreter Elisaveta Belayevskaya. The film & exhibition shows the crime of the german death squads in the ukraine by the example of the city Berditschew. All Protagonist are directly survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust. The un- commercial Film & exhibition starting the worldwide tour in the second half of 2008
– Holocaust in Berdichev (Courtesy Berditschew – Dokumentation de Marie Finkl)
– Nazi hidden archives in Arolsen (part I)
– Nazi hidden archives in Arolsen (part II)
– Shabat in Odessa
– Holocaust victims commemoration

Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Council, speaks about the importance of commemorating the Jews who perished during the Holocaust. Rav Lau, himself a child survivor of Buchenwald, powerfully calls upon Jews across the world, to join efforts to recover the names of each individual Shoah victim by filling out Pages of Testimony in their memory and submitting them to Yad Vashem. Search for information or submit names of people you know of who perished during the Shoah on Yad Vashem’s Central Database of Shoah Victims’ Names.
– Reminding Holocaust
– Hitler’s Children
– Unhypocrisy

– The Nickleshburg Rabbi visits Berdichev
The Nikleshburg Rebbe recently visited the city of Berdichev where he led a Tish at the local Chabad shul, with Rebbe Moshe Thaler.
– Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau
– 6,000,000: Story of an Auschwitz Survivor
– Nazi Concentration Camps

– Bernhard Frank
– Surviving Stalin’s Gulag
– An Extraordinary Story 
– The First Jewish Broadcast on Nazi Soil – 1944 
– The Grandfather she Never Knew
– Man’s Last Letter to his Family
Desperate Note
Otto Simmonds, a German-born Jewish physician who lived with his family in France, dashed off this desperate note to his wife and daughter from inside a railcar bound for Auschwitz in August 1942. “Fifty of us in one car!!” he wrote, his last words to his family. “Be brave and courageous. I’ll be the same.” A railway worker discovered the letter in a tattered envelope on a train track and, intent that it reach the Simmonds family, added his own heartfelt message, placed it in a new envelope, and mailed it to Otto’s wife.
My dears, On the way to Poland!!! Nothing helped. Tried everything. Allegedly it’s going to Metz. Fifty of us in one car!! Be brave and courageous. I’ll be the same. Stripped of everything in Drancy. Kisses, Otto
Dear Madam, Having found this letter on the rails after one of the Jews who passed through and seeing that the envelope was in a sad state, I allowed myself to make a new one and hope that this letter will reach you. With my apologies, Madam, I hope that you will be pleased and happy nonetheless. A Railway Worker

– A Search for Identity
The Trotskys, the Bronsteins and the Kievskys:
A Search for Identity in Russian-Jewish History
Speaker: Boris Kievsky
Growing up being called a Jew by Russians, a Russian by Americans and not quite fitting in with any of them, Ukrainian-born actor/filmmaker, Boris Kievsky, grew up with a confused sense of identity. Five years ago, in a desire to better understand who he was, Boris began to ask questions about his family history. What he discovered led him on a journey that took him back to the former Soviet Union and to the history of the Jewish participation in creating the Soviet Union, in which his grandfather played a role. Starting with the old saying “it’s the Trotskys who make the revolutions, and the Bronsteins who pay the price,” and knowing that his own family did both, through interviews, research and first-hand observations, investigates why there were so many Jewish revolutionaries (“Trotskys”), what price all of the Russian-Empire Jews (“Bronsteins”) paid, and where that leaves us as a people today.
Boris Kievsky was born in Cherkassy, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and came to the United States at the age of six. An award-winning writer and director, he earned BFA and Post-Graduate degrees in theatre before moving to New York, where he performed in, as well as produced and directed several theatrical productions. Upon moving to Los Angeles, Boris made the switch to film and television. As an actor, Boris has appeared on numerous TV shows and all levels of film from shorts to studio releases, often playing some variation of a Russian mobster, much to his Jewish mother’s dismay.

– Antisemitism Watch
– Jewish Partisans-1

This film spoken in Russian covers a topic that previously suppressed, in the film tells of a Jewish partisan movement in Europe, how it originated and how you live, and how the Jews dealt with not only the Nazis, but also local residents. On this page you can see all the following episodes:
– Jewish Partisans-2
– Jewish Partisans-3
– Jewish Partisans-4
– The Auschwitz Album
– Night and Fog (Alain Resnais)
– Berdichev Liberation in WWII 
(in Russian)
– “Shoah” told through shadows (text in Spanish)
–  History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 1/9
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 2/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 3/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 4/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 5/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 6/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 7/9 
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 8/9
– History about the “Nazist” Soviet Union 9/9 

– The Holocaust Begins in Berdichev-Ukraine
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Mikhail Yablochnik, part 1/4
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Mikhail Yablochnik, part 2/4
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Mikhail Yablochnik, part 3/4
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Mikhail Yablochnik, part 4/4 
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Raisa Galperina, part 1/2
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Raisa Galperina, part 2/2
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Genya Burmenko, part 1/3
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Genya Burmenko, part 2/3
– Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Genya Burmenko, part 3/3 

– Testimony of Klavdia Lepa about the mass murder of the Jews from Berdichev in Ukraine 
– Video about Holodomor (1932/1933) 
– Interviews referred to people born in Berdichev
– The Holocaust Begins in Berdichev, Ukraine
– Jewish Holocaust in Berdichev 
– Execution of Jews in Berdichev