The first English exhibition was created for display in Israel, as part of the German-Israel project by the Children Gewandhaus Choir Leipzig: Brundibár, an opera connecting Israel and Germany. The project was sponsored by the German Government (Der Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.) When the project ended, the panels were stored in the Goethe Institute in Tel Aviv and were never shown again.
Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School, London 2010.
Thanks to the translator of the exhibtion, the historical tour guide Gabriel Fawcett, a new reproduction of the exhibition came to London. Helga Gross née Weiss,
the former carer of "The Girls of Room 28", joined the event. Here she is in front of the panel showing her and her fellow carers from Room 28.
Further exhibitions followed in English private schools, organized by Gabriel Fawcett, whom we owe special merits for his committment. Thank you, Gabriel!
Since February 2014, after having been in display in the United Nations in Geneva, our English version of the exhibition has been stored away in a container of the transport and storage company zapf umzuege in Berlin and is waiting to be brought to light again.
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9 December 2019
April 2019: Czech edition of the Theresienstadt Diary of Helga Pollak
Můj Terezinský Denik
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