Fireflies in the Dark: The Story of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis and the Children of Terezin
Covers the years during which Friedl Dicker, a Jewish woman from Czechoslovakia, taught art to children at the Terezin Concentration Camp. Includes art created by teacher and students, excerpts from diaries, and interviews with camp survivors.
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Alfred Kantor Arriving at Terezin art supplies art therapist artwork Auschwitz Auschwitz-Birkenau barracks Bauhaus bedbugs Beit Theresienstadt boys Brandeis Brundibar bunks called Cernyak-Spatz chil children's opera collage comfort Czech Czechoslovakia death camps Doris drew Erika Fireflies fleas Flowers Frantisek Friedl Dicker-Brandeis Friedl told Friedl's room German ghetto guards Gideon Klein girls Hans Krasa head tutor Helga Pollakova-Kinsky Helga Weissova-Hoskova Hitler Holocaust Hronov imprisoned at Terezin Irena Jerry Rind Jews Josef Kitty knew Krasa Kraus Kurt Jin Kotouc lessons Lilly Edna Amit Little Fortress Museum in Prague Museum of Tolerance Nazis night painted Pavel pencil played the cat poem prisoners Raja recalled Helga Robert Bondy Room 28 Rossel Ruth Schutzstaffel sent Shek sick Simon Wiesenthal Center SS officials Steinova-Weissberger studied with Friedl suitcases Susan Sydney Jewish Museum Taussigova Terezin concentration camp Terezin Memorial unknown artist Vashem Vedem Viktor Ullmann watercolor Willi Groag Yad Vashem