Shoah is a 1985 French Holocaust documentary, directed by the Jewish Claude Lanzmann. The Holocaust is called "Shoah" in Hebrew and French. The nine and a half hour long film primarily consists of Lanzmann's interviews and visits to Holocaust sites across Poland. It presents alleged testimonies by selected witnesses and confessors, sometimes allegedly secretly recorded using a hidden camera.
Relatively politically correct criticisms include criticisms of the depiction of Polish anti-Semitism and involvement in the Holocaust.
See the "External links" section regarding Holocaust revisionist criticisms, such as of the alleged hidden camera and of alleged payments for appearing in the film.
- Abraham Bomba, Barber of Treblinka, Excerpt from Chapter 11 of "Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist"
- Rudolf Vrba exposes himself as a liar
- Index on Rudolf Vrba
- Lanzmann's "Shoah" Witness Simon Srebnik
- Lanzmann's "Shoah" Witness Bronislaw Falborski
- Holocaust Movie "Shoah" Exposed as Propaganda, About the "Shoa"-Interview with the alleged Treblinka SS-Man Franz Suchomel
- The Suchomel “Confession” in Claude Lanzmann’s “Shoah” Movie
- Treblinka: An Exceptional Guide - Henryk Gawkowski
- Lectures on the Holocaust—Controversial Issues Cross Examined - Discusses the film in section 4.2.4. "Deliberate Exaggerations and Lies".