Janusz Korczak

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Rowohlt, 1987 - Authors, Polish - 156 pages
Pp. 117-137 describe events in Warsaw after the German occupation, the establishment of the ghetto and the desperate situation of the Jews, focusing especially on the suffering of Jewish children. Discusses Korczak's efforts to maintain his orphanage and another one for which he had taken responsibility. The children of the orphanages were deported to Treblinka in August 1942 together with Korczak, who chose to go with them.

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Vorbemerkung
7
Studium
20
Erste pädagogische Erfahrungen
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