Concentration camp survivor Karl is haunted by the memory of his leading an orchestra in the death camps where music (The Blue Danube Waltz) was played to mask the shrieks of prisoners being murdered. Works it out with the help of a social worker.
Concludes with a message from Edwin Rosenberg, president of US Service for New Americans.
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