The Simon Wiesenthal Center presents a set of documentaries about Jewish life. In "Genocide" (1982), Nazi crimes during World War II are detailed. "Echoes That Remain" (1991) examines Jewish life after the Holocaust; "Liberation" (1994) presents the truth about the campaign to liberate Europe and Hitler's attempts to exterminate Jews. Morgan Freeman narrates the Oscar-winning "The Long Way Home" (1997), focused on Jewish refugees after WWII. "In Search of Peace: Part One: 1948-1967" (2001) charts the first 20 years of Israel's existence. Stories of resistance during the Nazi regime are told, in "Unlikely Heroes" (2003). Ben Kingsley narrates "Winston Churchill: Walking with Destiny" (2010), about Churchill's early resistance to Hitler, and the Theodor Herzl profile "It Is No Dream" (2012). "The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers" (2013) offers a two-part look at Israeli leaders; Michael Douglas, Leonard Nimoy, Christoph Waltz, and Sandra Bullock voice the words of Rabin, Eshkol, Begin, and Meir. Eleven-disc set also includes "Ever Again" and "I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life and Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal." 13 2/3 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.