Interviews with Buna/Monowitz Concentration Camp Survivors
Prisoners of the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp had to perform forced labor for I.G. Farben from April 1941 to January 1945. In October 1942, the I.G. Auschwitz plant started setting up a corporate concentration camp, Buna/Monowitz. The inmates, mostly Jews, had been deported from all across Europe to Auschwitz by Nazi Germany.
You can order DVDs of the interviews (NTSC or PAL) from Fritz Bauer Institute.