Never Forget a Lie Intro (01:59)
This segment orients viewers to Marian Marzynski and other Holocaust survivors' return to the ghetto. (Sponsors)
Marian Marzynski's American Home (02:07)
Marzynski discusses his art collection and its significance. He looks through old footage and reflects on his childhood.
Marian Marzynski Returns to Warsaw (02:41)
28,000 Jewish citizens survived the Holocaust. Marzynski wanders the ghetto and recalls soldiers forcing his family behind the walls.
Marian Marzynski's Warsaw Apartment (02:00)
Marzynski speaks with the current resident. He recalls moving every three or four months to avoid the Germans; the resident recalls being deported to Germany.
Annual Warsaw Gathering (02:23)
Holocaust survivors share their childhood memories of the ghetto with Marian Marzynski.
Return to a Haunted Past (03:33)
A Holocaust survivor wanders the ghetto and sobs. She shares some of her difficult memories.
Feelings of Incarceration (03:13)
A Holocaust survivor shares her feelings and memories of the Warsaw ghetto; her father saved her and her mother from being shot.
Hiding With the Christians (04:02)
Marian Marzynski shares his earliest memory. He recalls his mother joining him on the Christian side of the ghetto and her attempt to get him to a charity worker.
11-Years-Old in the Ghetto (02:50)
A Holocaust survivor shares her memories of living in the Warsaw ghetto and recalls a soldier grabbing her.
Remembering Young Marzynski (03:27)
See footage of Marian Marzynski's reunion with a Christian friend thirty years ago. Marzynski recalls the discovery of his identity and living with a priest.
Catholic Orphanage (01:55)
Marian Marzynski recalls living at the orphanage run by the Brothers of Orione. See Marzynski's reunion with one of the sisters, thirty years ago.
Comfort in Religion (02:30)
Marian Marzynski recalls wanting to become a priest and his mother taking him back to Warsaw.
Krakow Jewish Festival (02:49)
Marian Marzynski watches young Poles dance in the streets of the former Krakow Ghetto. Ed Herman recalls living in Katowice.
Saving a 10-Year-Old Boy (03:08)
Ed Herman recalls moving to Krakow and riding the tram. His mother arranged for him to cross the Polish-Slovak border.
Hiding in Krakow (03:53)
Halina Kramarz revisits her old home. The current owner recalls Halina and her family. They look through an old book of tenant records.
Number 27 on Ulica Pilsudskiego (02:12)
Halina Kramarz recalls relearning that she was Jewish.
Marian Marzynski and Ed Herman are cousins. Both men had loved ones sent to the gas chambers. Marzynski's father escaped but was later killed; Marzynski explains how his father saved his life.
Dear Father... (02:06)
Marian Marzynski describes his life since his father died. He recalls becoming an "agent of Western imperialism" in 1969 and marrying Grazyna.
Religious Survival (01:54)
Marian Marzynski shares his feelings on religion and reflects on returning to a painful past. See images of Warsaw.
Additional PBS Resources (00:32)
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Credits: Never Forget to Lie (01:57)
Credits: Never Forget to Lie
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