The Final Journey

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The Final Journey
The Final Journey (DVD Cover) .jpg
Directed by R. J. Adams
Produced by Diane C. Adams
Written by R. J. Adams, Paul Kirby, Diane Adams
Distributed by History Quests
Release date
  • September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20)
Running time
128 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Final Journey is a 2010 documentary that chronicles the largest of the Nazi concentration camps that were scattered throughout Germany during the Third Reich. Created and directed by film maker R. J. Adams and narrated by Paul Kirby, the program focuses entirely on the how and who played key roles in their contribution to the tragedy of the Holocaust.


The two-hour-long film utilizes a then and now format that blends first-generation archival film with current HD footage of each of the former Nazi camps as they are today and the how and who they appeared during the Third Reich.

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Multiple extermination camps are shown in the film: Dachau, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, Flossenbürg, Mauthausen, Ravensbrück, Stutthof and Bergen Belsen.


Production of The Final Journey began in 1998 and remains as a work in progress with part two, the Extermination camp, set for release in 2012.[needs update] These site known as Vernichtungslager functioned primarily as places of genocide as the answer for the Nazi question of the Jewish problem. Film crews for both part 1 and 2 of The Final Journey covered every aspect inside and out of each major camp located throughout Germany and the former occupied territories of the Third Reich.

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