It’s a little known fact that in the former German Democratic Republic, more than 10,000 boys and girls, from babies to seven-year-olds, are estimated to have been taken from their families and placed in harsh children’s homes or adopted by couples according to the communist ideology. According to Helga Labs, the GDR’s last Minister of Education, it was all for the good of the children. We hear their stories.
For 50 years, Berlin was the symbol of the Cold War. The city at the heart of the intelligence war between the US and the Soviet bloc. Thousands of KGB or CIA, agents observed each other, cogs in the biggest information war in history.More info
Seduced by propaganda and serving at the front as child soldiers, hunted in hiding by Hitler’s henchmen, beaten and humiliated by their disillusioned fathers, in this three-part documentary the children of the Second World War tell their stories.More info
In Tuam, Ireland, a hidden mass grave containing the remains of some 800 children was discovered on the former grounds of a home for single mothers.More info