SynopsisOnly days after the German invasion of Poland in September 1939 there began a phase of the Nazi occupation - the creation of a field laboratory for German racist policies in Poland.
The Nazis planned in Western Poland - they called the district “Warthegau” - a “blond province”. A laboratory for the breeding of the “German master race”. Immediately after the German invasion tens of thousands of Poles - Christians and Jews - were turned out of their homes, deported, murdered by the German Army, the SA and the SS. They had to "make room" for the many Volksdeutschen who had been lured "home". Three men, in 1939 they were still children: Zwi Steinitz from Tel Aviv, who returns after 70 years to the country of his birth, where his family was exterminated; Henryk Jaszcz, who in 1939 lost track of his parents in Poznan; and Dieter Bielenstein, who came to Poznan as an 8 year-old with his parents from Latvia. It is the beginning of the Holocaust.