Hitler's Gift: The Story of Theresienstadt

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Branden Books, Jan 1, 2002 - History - 308 pages
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Adolf Hitler had a way with deception to the point of fooling even representatives of the Red Cross. He corralled the Jewish intelligentsia from all over Europe and gathered them in Theresienstadt where he had them write and perform plays, compose music and offer it in extraordinary concerts, and even paint and exhibit their art in their own galleries -- in front of bedazzled inspectors who never checked the railway carriages parked behind the camp.

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Berkley is Professor Emeritus and Political Scientist at the University of Massachusetts, Boston

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