“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'
Update: 1 March 2020
A new Czech edition will be published in 2020 by Albatros Media, Prague.
A new Polish edition will be published in 2020 by Swiat Ksiaski, Warsaw.
English book-rights available.
The contract with Schocken Book ended. The English rights are available.
Portuguese book-rights available
Learn all about Room 28 Projects and the Educational Project in the above Compendium.
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