Stones of Remembrance

Remembering the Girls of Room 28

Why it all happened

 “Our friends from Theresienstadt and all those we loved and lost in the Holocaust have no grave where we can leave a stone in remembrance. That’s why we wanted the book, and that’s why we wanted this exhibition - as our ‘stones of remembrance’.

 

We also wanted to help promote those human values that were then - and still are - so important to us: tolerance, empathy, education, culture, friendship and love."

 

Anna Hanusová, née Flachová

Helga Kinsky, née Pollak

in the name of the surviving 'Girls of Room 28'

 

Panel of the exhibition

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The Theresienstadt Diary by Helga Pollak-Kinsky, publihsed by Ediiton Room 28

"As Meninas do Quarto 28" in Porto Alegre presented by Karen Zolko

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