For ideological and political reasons, the Soviet Union did not recognize the unique tragedy of the Holocaust. Thus, documentation, research or memorials were not attainable. It was as if the Holocaust of Soviet Jews never existed, and disappeared from collective memory. The second in the series about the Unknown Holocaust, this chapter focuses on people and locations that are surprising and moving. The film takes us from Pushkin to Lubbovichi to Rostov. And also to the Caucus region where the Jews of Nalchik amazingly survived.