This new DVD was issued in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
This video, an interview with Wladyslaw Zaroffe, describes a Karski Visit to his Nowy Sacz home in 1940.
Chicago’s Karski Centennial ceremony featured Governor Pat Quinn, a student of Karski’s, along with diplomats Konrad Zielinski and Robert Rusiecki from the Polish Consulate General.
This interesting interview with Jan Karski was made in 1993, on Karski's trip to that country. You can hear the heartbreak in his voice when describing some of the evils that he witnessed. Phillip Adams of ABC RN Radio did the interview.
Several animated educational films have been made by Disney Educational Productions in collaboration with Rafael Medoff of the David Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies and celebrated illustrator Neal Adams, including one about Jan Karski called "Messenger from Hell."
See the Jan Karski Educational Foundation's YouTube Channel for additional videos by and about Jan Karski
Jan Karski, the Polish Underground courier who carried some of the first news of the Holocaust to the West, recalls a mission in 1941 or '42 that was intended to save the lives of a Jewish couple whose sons were members of the Polish Underground (AK) movement.
This dramatic short video, Tell the World, summarizes the urgency of Karski's mission and era.