YouTube: [ Be sure to search for Struthof as well as Natzweiler ] A survivor, Jean Léger, returns to the camp with a school group to lead a tour. See this bibliography for his written work. The continuation of his testimony Officials of the Centre Europén du Résistant Déporté (CERD) and survivors talk about the camp's museum French student prize-winning video with testimonial of an 8-9 year old prisoner at the time (what camp he was in is unidentified) and visuals of the museum. Jacques Chirac inaugurates the camp's new museum, Gilbert May is interviewed in front of a Hannukiah.  A psychiatrist reflects on the history of human experimentation starting with sterilization experiments in the US, and the high proportion of medical professionals adhering to the National Socialist party, and the extermination of alcoholics, epileptics, deaf-mutes starting in 1933, then the elderly and mentally ill. Discusses Dr. Hirt's experiments at the KLNa, 86 Jewish men and women gassed in a chamber specially constructed for that purpose so he could collect their skulls. Young children 10-12 visiting the camp, without seeing the crematorium and the jail cells, and using frames to view. Their teacher and students discuss the meaning of the visit. A school group is led on a tour, in French. Pictorial without words, song by Enya. Students making blogs and the CERD's document pedagogiques pages.
Survivors talk about their experience. "There is no past. It is always today….One is a prisoner for life." -Daniel Binet." Dr. Leon Boutbien: "The weather was the SS's henchman." titled photographs made into a film, using the Chant de Marais as the soundtrack<wbr>hant_des_marais

More information about the Chant de Marais, its origin, author, and words here.

L'argent de la résistance/ The Resistance's money:

A film in French by Elephant Productions ( ) first shown December 2012, that can be viewed on You Tube, presented by the Association des anciens combattants et amis de la Résistance / Veterans and friends of the Résistance . "Money was at the heart of the battle for France…." Great visuals like the ledger of expenses of De Gaulle for cigarettes and flowers, the checks and bonds and jewels sent to de Gaulle in all languages from all over the world, and the sabotage of trains, training camps for Free French volunteers in England, the Free French radio programs on the BBC, early resistors at work in France and the clandestine press and posters. "Churchill holds de Gaulle by the pocketbook…"