Books about Terezin/Theresienstadt #austria-czech


danielat1@...
 

Since there have been a few enquiries recently after my post I thought I
should share the titles of some books I have about the concentration camp my
parents met in.
Theresienstadt. A guide by Jehuda Huppert and Hana Drori. Vitalis, Prague
2000.
Braude, Sandra Lee. Pictures of a strange town. A story of the Terezin
ghetto. HerStoriA` Press, Johannesburg, 2000.
"I have not seen a butterfly around here". Children's drawings and poems
from Terezin.. The Jewish Museum, Prague, 1993. I own a copy of the eighth
edition published in English 2001.
Adler, H. G. Theresienstadt 1941-1945. The face of a coerced community.
Transl. Belinda Cooper. Cambridge University Press 2017. First published in
German 1955.
Daniela Torsh
Sydney, Australia
Researching BRANDMANN Krakow Tarnow, GRUBER Brussels, Krakow Tarnow DUMLER
Tarnow


Michael Gordy
 

For those who read German, let me add an extraordinary diary (not
memoir) written by a 13 year old girl:
"Mein Theresienstaedter Tagebuch 1943-1944" By Helga Pollak Kinsky.

I am working with the author and her German publisher to bring this
book to an English-speaking audience.

Helga Kinsky's diary was also a key source for this book/educational project:
"The Girls of Room 28: Friendship, Hope, and Survival in
Theresienstadt" by Hannelore Brenner.
http://www.room28projects.com/

Michael Gordy
Takoma Park, Maryland, USA