Three Holocaust-related television programs won 2001 Emmy Awards on Sunday. “Anne Frank” won for best miniseries, and Brian Cox won for best supporting actor in “Nuremberg.” The movie “Conspiracy,” about the Nazi decision to commit genocide against the Jews, garnered the best actor award for Kenneth Branagh and the writing award for Loring Mandel. Singer Barbra Streisand also earned her fourth career Emmy for the Fox special “Barbra Streisand: Timeless.”
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