The Terez n Diary of Gonda Redlich

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University Press of Kentucky, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 173 pages
 

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A young man who had worked at the Zionist Youth Aliyah School in Prague; transferred to the ghetto in Theresienstadt in Dec of 1941 where he continued to work with the children for the ghetto administration. Read full review

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A young man who had worked at the Zionist Youth Aliyah School in Prague; transferred to the ghetto in Theresienstadt in Dec of 1941 where he continued to work with the children for the ghetto administration. Read full review

Contents

1942
1
1943
94
1944
139
Diary of Dan
151
Editors Postscript
162
A Bibliographic Note
164
Index
167
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Page x - Redlich's diary is unique in the extensive literature we already have about Theresienstadt, not only because of his crucial position in the ghetto, but because it unfolds the day-by-day impressions of an acute observer quite fully aware of the historical significance of events he was witnessing and recording.

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