“Tell These Stories, As Difficult As They May Be” – Ken Burns On His Holocaust Documentary

"tell these stories, as difficult as they may be" - ken burns on his holocaust documentary

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “”Tell These Stories, As Difficult As They May Be” – Ken Burns On His Holocaust Documentary” – below is their description.

Peabody Award-winning director Ken Burns stops by to offer a preview of the incredibly difficult subject matter he tackles in his latest documentary, “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” which is available now on PBS. #Colbert #TheUSandtheHolocaust #KenBurns

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