The Girls of Room 28, Theresienstadt As Meninas do Quarto 28
The Girls of Room 28, TheresienstadtAs Meninas do Quarto 28 

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Book Reviews. Selection

"This beautiful evocation of heartwarming frindship in the darkest of times is unforgettable."

Elie Wiesel, 2009

"This handful of girls wanted their memories of their dead friends and their time in Theresienstadt not to be forgotten. They wanted to make the story of their survival, and the love and friendship that their caretakers showerd them, unforgettable. Together with the author, they have succeeded. In Hannelore Brenner, these women have found someone who listened to them, who read their albums of poetry, their diaries, and their chronicles, and who has written a wonderful book."
—PRAGER ZEITUNG, 2005

Katharina Borberg here

"Brenner has gathered together these stories with great sensitivity. She makes the past spring to life and gracefully places the personal memories of these girls into a historical context, while at the same time offering solid research and background information regarding life in Theresienstadt and the political situation of the time."
—SÄCHSISCHE ZEITUNG, 2004

Theresia Wittemann, Adelbert Stifter-Verein 2005

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Gottfried Wagner in: Die Presse, Vienna. Read article here

Catraca Livre. Desenhos de meninas judias que viveram em campo de concentração nazista são expostos no MuBE

Carlos Ari Sundfeld: "As Meninas do Quarto 28: a direito à justiça e à verdade". Review of the book and exhibition in Brasil Post, 30 June 2014. Carlos Ari Sundfeld is Professor of Law and author of "Direito Administrativo para Céticos".

A invenção das asas + As meninas do quarto 28. Papo de Estantes on YouTube.

Blog Capa & Titulo, de Marcos Tavares, 5/5/2014

"The insights of the survivors and stories of the camp's victims are unforgettable and full of poignant humanity, conveyed through letters, photos, diaries, and remembrances…. Well detailed and inspiring, Brenner's book, especially her heartfelt epilogue, pays glowing tribute to these heroic survivors."

—Publishers Weekly

 

 “Brenner chronicles the remarkable artistic experiments undertaken by the girls, especially their enthusiastic production of the children’s opera Brundibár.  An inspiring story of courage rendered through impressive personal and historical detail.”

—Kirkus Reviews, 2009

 

Compelling Stories: Jewish Lifes lived. Read  - here

Zwockhaus

New video, April 2022

Released 10 March 2022 by Albatros, Prague

Released by Swiat Ksiaski, Warsaw, 2021

Theatre Play

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