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Theresienstadt Through Alien Eyes By Karsten Hamre
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A collection of photographs taken in Terezin (also known as Theresienstadt) in Czech Republic. Terezin was a Jewish Ghetto and Concentration Camp during World War II.
Theresienstadt Through Alien Eyes (A5) By Karsten Hamre
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A collection of photographs taken in Terezin (also known as Theresienstadt) in Czech Republic. Terezin was a Jewish Ghetto and Concentration Camp during World War II.
Tell No One: Leo Baeck and the Terrible Secret By Joshua Franklin
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Rabbi Leo Baeck has been revered as one the greatest Jewish figures of the twentieth century. He is praised for his theological genius, moral and ethical character, and his leadership during the Nazi... More > era. He has not, however, been unanimously held in such high esteem. Leo Baeck has been criticized for withholding information from Jews in Germany and in the Theresienstadt ghetto about the transports to the east, which he knew were destined for Auschwitz. This study looks at what exactly Leo Baeck knew about the transports, and why he chose to keep his knowledge a secret.< Less
Tell No One: Leo Baeck and the Terrible Secret By Joshua Franklin
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Rabbi Leo Baeck has been revered as one the greatest Jewish figures of the twentieth century. He is praised for his theological genius, moral and ethical character, and his leadership during the Nazi... More > era. He has not, however, been unanimously held in such high esteem. Leo Baeck has been criticized for withholding information from Jews in Germany and in the Theresienstadt ghetto about the transports to the east, which he knew were destined for Auschwitz. This study looks at what exactly Leo Baeck knew about the transports, and why he chose to keep his knowledge a secret.< Less
The Third Reich By photographed by Andrew Henderson
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An evocative black-and-white journey through parts of the Third Reich, from Nuremberg to Lidice, Terezín, Prague, Kraków, Auschwitz and Berlin.
Tell No One: Leo Baeck and the Terrible Secret By Joshua Franklin
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Rabbi Leo Baeck has been revered as one the greatest Jewish figures of the twentieth century. He is praised for his theological genius, moral and ethical character, and his leadership during the Nazi... More > era. He has not, however, been unanimously held in such high esteem. Leo Baeck has been criticized for withholding information from Jews in Germany and in the Theresienstadt ghetto about the transports to the east, which he knew were destined for Auschwitz. This study looks at what exactly Leo Baeck knew about the transports, and why he chose to keep his knowledge a secret.< Less
Tell No One: Leo Baeck and the Terrible Secret By Joshua Franklin
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Rabbi Leo Baeck has been revered as one the greatest Jewish figures of the twentieth century. He is praised for his theological genius, moral and ethical character, and his leadership during the Nazi... More > era. He has not, however, been unanimously held in such high esteem. Leo Baeck has been criticized for withholding information from Jews in Germany and in the Theresienstadt ghetto about the transports to the east, which he knew were destined for Auschwitz. This study looks at what exactly Leo Baeck knew about the transports, and why he chose to keep his knowledge a secret.< Less
Holocaust Sketches By James Eakin III
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"Holocaust Sketches" is a song cycle for Soprano, Mezzo, Tenor, Bass, Violin, Cello, and Piano. The work is in four movements with each singer having their own piece. This haunting work... More > is a setting of poems written by children who lost their lives at Terezin concentration camp.< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less
Czech Roots By Nic Wright
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In July 2001 my wife Sara and I had an InterRail holiday in Europe, most of which was spent in the Czech Republic. Some of the time we stayed with my pen friend Bohumil Štícha. This is... More > an account of the parts of the holiday that relate to the history of my family in that country, especially Wilhelm and Hedwig Schiller, my maternal grandparents. Hedwig and Wilhelm had two children, Kurt (Ken) and Klementine (Kay). Kurt's escape from Austria to England in 1938 is written up in The Schiller Family – 1938 and All That (typewritten family document). Klementine escaped in 1939, married Frank Wright and had two children, Nic, the author, and Jackie. I first wrote this in December 2002 as a photo scrapbook for my mother. In this form, it is intended as a family document. Firstly, I deal with Theresienstadt, the Jewish transit camp that Wilhelm and Hedwig were sent to in 1942. Then I describe what we found in Pohrlitz, where they and our ancestors were born. Nic Wright, December 2009< Less