Neuer Documentary Film on Auschwitz with Höß’s Son


A new documentary film focusing on Auschwitz has been released, featuring the son of Rudolf Höß, the commandant of the concentration camp. The film sheds light on the atrocities committed during the Holocaust and the impact it has had on subsequent generations.

Other topics covered in the program include reactions to the recent European elections, a shift towards the right among young voters, and the performance of various political parties. The documentary aims to educate viewers about the horrors of the Holocaust and the importance of remembering the past to prevent such atrocities in the future.

Stay tuned for more updates on this important documentary and its impact on society.


Rudolf Höß was a prominent figure in the Nazi regime, serving as the commandant of Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II. He was responsible for the deaths of over a million people in the gas chambers and through forced labor. After the war, Höß was captured by Allied forces and sentenced to death for his crimes. His son, who is involved in the new documentary film, has dedicated his life to educating others about the horrors of the Holocaust and promoting tolerance and understanding among different communities.