Helga's authentic Theresienstadt diary written between, 1943 and 1944, conveys an outstanding insight into the life and inner world of a young 12-13-year old girl deported to the Ghetto Theresienstadt. It gives a detailled picture of the everyday-lifte of the children of Room 28, Girls Home L 410 and of extraordinary events in the Ghetto.
The project with survivors of Room 28 began also with the children's opera Brundibár by Hans Krása and Adolf Hoffmeister.
The radio documentary
Brundibár und die Kinder von Theresienstadt/ Brundibár and the Children of Theresienstadt, produced by the Austrian Radio in Vienna, was published by the label EDA and is still availalbe. Click: here.
The Kompendium 2016 (German edition) and the English edition Compendium 2017 is created to give an overview of a project which started more than 20 years ago. On 124 pages you learn about the beginning, the making of the book and the exhibition, their impact and international reach. The brochure includes exemplary teaching material as well as essays on the educuational value by distinguished experts related to the project.
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Our exhibition in Cardiff, June 2019. News
April 2019: Czech edition of the Theresienstadt Diary of Helga Pollak
Můj Terezinský Denik
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