The U.S. and the Holocaust.

The U.S. and the Holocaust

The Golden Door (Beginnings -- 1938)

Congress reverses open borders; Hitler and the Nazis begin their persecution of German Jews, causing many to seek refuge; President Franklin D. Roosevelt is concerned but unable to coordinate a response to the crisis. (150 minutes)

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UPCOMING EPISODES

Sun, 10/9 at 8:00 pm on Austin PBS WORLD

The Homeless, The Tempest-Tossed (1942 -- )

A group of government officials supports rescue operations; the public sees for the first time the scale of the Holocaust as Allies liberate German camps. (150 minutes)

Mon, 10/10 at 12:00 am on Austin PBS WORLD

The Homeless, The Tempest-Tossed (1942 -- )

A group of government officials supports rescue operations; the public sees for the first time the scale of the Holocaust as Allies liberate German camps. (150 minutes)

Mon, 10/10 at 8:00 am on Austin PBS WORLD

The Homeless, The Tempest-Tossed (1942 -- )

A group of government officials supports rescue operations; the public sees for the first time the scale of the Holocaust as Allies liberate German camps. (150 minutes)