“Tell These Stories, As Difficult As They May Be” – Ken Burns On His Holocaust Documentary

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Published on September 20, 2022

Peabody Award-winning director Ken Burns stops by to offer a preview of the incredibly difficult subject matter he tackles in his latest documentary, “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” which is available now on PBS. #Colbert #TheUSandtheHolocaust #KenBurns

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18 comments

  • Jelly Whit 4 months ago

    I disagree with this guy almost completely and wish he would go away.

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  • S.W.W. 4 months ago

    I am not a religious person but I understand that the information about God’s influence on Earth and the personalities in it may be as verifiable as we possibly can.
    The passages however do bring mentions to the table that match Historical facts on occasions and I have been feeling one referring to the End of times when “Satan” will be out in the open.
    The relatable truth in my eyes is verifiable on today’s people’s shameless attitude towards immorality and excuses for evil behavior!!
    Those on the dark side do not shy away anymore from admitting their “legitimate” crimes, to achieve what they want.
    War is inevitable as always and even the Angels in God’s realm shall use force to deter and destroy these crippled souls wanting to drag you down with them!
    So read the Bible if you are looking for something you haven’t found yet!

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  • Willow Slough DX 4 months ago

    Episode 2 got bumped on PBS for a quickie Queen Elizabeth II funeral recap. Most US citizens may have objected to any immigration to the USA during the depression and antisemitism was certainly an issue. But, the USA was not unusual in this case on a worldwide basis. Nobody wanted immigration during the worldwide depression. Furthermore, most US citizens never heard of eugenics prior to and during WWII. Blame the holocaust on the German Nazis, SS and SA members, not the USA.

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  • TI5QU4NTUM 4 months ago

    Hitler learned from The KKK.
    If an Artist could realistically draw The American Tree of life – It would show a very immature young tree of 244 years with very deep roots of hate, racism and inequality. Because some people just need visuals rather than whitewashed history books.

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  • Tim Case 4 months ago

    The very people who need to be reached have secluded themselves in their right wing echo chamber.

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  • J Stone 4 months ago

    I’m not American but I have always enjoyed Ken Burns historical documentaries.
    In 1980/1990s I think he produced a series on Native America history called, 500 Nations.
    Very well researched and presented.
    Also, does that guy ever age?

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  • me Ashley 4 months ago

    There’s one legit news source

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  • Bob Weber 4 months ago

    you can’t tell those stories in Florida these days

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  • Barry Lyndon 4 months ago

    Ken burns makes history interesting

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  • Gears And Guns 4 months ago

    Please keep an open mind and listen to real interviews with soldiers that had S’s on their uniforms and ask yourself who does this sound like? Replace one word with another and it will wake you up to the truth! Also keep in mind good always wins in the end

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  • Mr. & Mrs. D. 4 months ago

    ‘Had been?’

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  • Mr. & Mrs. D. 4 months ago

    Sadly we havent learned our lesson with Palestinian’s, Uhigyurs, or the Rohinga.

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  • awilkynson 4 months ago

    Hmm, nothings changed, it’s not even politically incorrect anymore, like it might have been 10 years ago, racism reigns!

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  • TI5QU4NTUM 4 months ago

    George Carlin was so right… “When you’re born you get a free ticket to the freak show. When you’re born in America you get a front row seat.” 🙌🏼
    Ken Burns is a National Treasure and must be protected at all costs.

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  • TheFriendlyTroll 4 months ago

    That interview needed to be a lot longer.

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  • James Clark 4 months ago

    Ken Burns is an American treasure!

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  • melissa Burke 4 months ago

    We need a poet laureate for American History. His name is Ken Burns.

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  • Michael Berman 4 months ago

    The holocaust is American born and raised, eugenics is your baby, you gave Hitler all his ideas and theories, Hitler is your grandchild !!!!!!!

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