The US Holocaust Memorial Museum shared this on Facebook:

“In September 1939, American filmmaker Julien Bryan spent two weeks in and around Warsaw documenting the devastating impact the German invasion of September 1 had on Poland. He screened some of this footage at the White House in January 1940, after which First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt wrote, “I do not think anyone can see these pictures and fail to be impressed with what happens to any individual when we indulge in this madness called war.” Later that year, Bryan compiled the footage into this short film, titled Siege, which was nominated for an Academy Award.”
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