The Last Days
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|The Last Days|
|Directed by||James Moll|
|Produced by||June Beallor
|Music by||Hans Zimmer|
|Language||English, German and Hungarian|
The Last Days is a documentary, directed by James Moll and produced by June Beallor and Kenneth Lipper in 1998. Steven Spielberg was one of the executive producers, in his role as founder of the Shoah Foundation. The film tells the stories of five Hungarian Jews during the Shoah. It focuses on the horrors of life in the Nazi concentration camps, but also stresses the optimism and desire to survive of the survivors.
Also featured in this film was Dr. Paul Parks, a fraud who makes false claims about his involvement in the war. Dr. Parks makes the claim that he was instrumental in the liberation of the Dachau Labour camp while serving in an all black unit assigned to the 183rd infantry, a blatant lie.  This man is also featured in the documentary, Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II, which was also deemed a fraudulent documentary but was still nominated for an Academy Award. 
- "New York Times • The Last Days". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-11-22.
- "Parks Stands by World War II Stories". The Boston Globe.
- "Ceremony Marks 20 Years Since Oscar Nominated Sham". Time of Israel.
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