“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'
New publication 2021
New Polish editions
Book-rights available: English, Portuguese and more...
Translated by Renate Müller. She also translated the book "As Meninas do Quarto 28" from German into Portuguese.
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