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Traumafession:: Carl M. on Judgment at Nuremberg

March 2nd, 2015 by unkle lancifer · 6 Comments

Forget the horror movies. What scar(r)ed me the most when I was but 8 years old was seeing “Judgment At Nuremberg” and learning about something called “The Holocaust” for the very first time! It was all I could think about for weeks!!

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tistheseasontv
tistheseasontv
5 years ago

Uncle Lancifer beat me to it! I was kindertraumatized by the mini-series The Holocaust as well! Your point hits home–fact is often scarier than fiction.

Ben S
Ben S
5 years ago

OMG I’m so glad that Holocaust traumas are allowed. I’ve been thinking of sending in a Traumafession about the movie NIGHTMARE: THE IMMIGRATION OF JOACHIM AND RACHEL, which they made us watch in Hebrew school. But I thought that it might be tasteless. In fact, I am going to whip up a Hebrew School Trauma Double Feature, and also talk about the time that they made us watch the Irvin Kershner TV movie RAID ON ENTEBBE, about an American plane that was highjacked to Uganda in the 1970s. I’ve been afraid to fly ever since. All of this happened in around fifth grade.

Ben S
Ben S
5 years ago

Excuse me, I *Israeli* plane, not American.

Lord Pariah
Lord Pariah
5 years ago

I didn’t see that but I did see the 1978 “Holocaust” miniseries…even though I was (and am) a WWII history buff that scared me to death. I think what was really frightening was the fact that IT REALLY HAPPENED.