The California Assembly is creating a video documentary based on interviews with survivors of the Holocaust and those who liberated the Nazi death camps 66 years ago.Nearly 6 million Jews were killed, as were political prisoners, Soviet prisoners of war, Poles, gays and lesbians, and Jehovah’s Witnesses.”For the first time, we’re moving to an oral history,” said Assemblyman Marty Block, who is helping organize the California State Assembly Holocaust Memorial Project. The documentary replaces written interviews that were compiled into a book for the Assembly memorials each of the last eight years.”I think it will be much more compelling. Seeing the folks who went through this, now mostly in their 80s, will be a pretty stark reminder of the horrible things they went through,” said Block, D-San Diego.