♥ Book Title : Theresienstadt 1941-1945
☯ Full Synopsis : "The first English-language edition of H. G. Adler's acclaimed account of the Jewish ghetto in the Czech city of Terezin."Article| H. G. Adler| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Art, music, and education as strategies for survival
☯ Full Synopsis : "The Bauhaus and its influences are to be found throughout twentieth-century art and design; the architecture of Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe and the art of Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky being among the most widely recognized instances. Perhaps the most poignant example of this influence, however, may be understood through the life of a little-known student of the Bauhaus who entered its first class in 1919 -- Friedl Dicker, whom Gropius described as "a distinguished, rare talent ... The multidimensional nature of her talent and her indomitable energy received the highest esteem ..". Friedl Dicker was a prolific and multitalented artist, producing work in theater, architecture, textiles, graphic design, drawing, painting, and sculpture. In 1926, in Vienna, she founded Atelier singer-Dicker with a classmate Franz Singer. In 1934 she was arrested by the Gestapo for anti-Fascist activities and fled to Prague, where she taught art classes for Jewish refugees. In 1942 she was sent to theTheresienstadt Ghetto, where she secretly taught art to the children there, gifting them with tools for the expression of their fears of the hunger, disease and death in their midst. Dicker-Brandeis (she had married in 1936) and thirty of her students perished in the gas chambers of Auschwitz in 1944. Art, Music and Education as Strategies for Survival collects for the first time in one volume the children's art of Theresienstadt, unpublished paintings of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, and historical photographs, as well as three essays of interest to historians, art educators/therapists, and Holocaust scholars -- providing an important new interdisciplinary approach to exploring the power of art toteach, express, commemorate, and -- perhaps most importantly -- heal."Article| Anne D. Dutlinger| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Music in Tereziín
☯ Full Synopsis : "Om det specielle musikliv, der udspillede sig i koncentrationslejren Theresienstadt."Article| Joža Karas| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Theresienstadt
☯ Full Synopsis : "An architect who made drawings of conditions at Therezienstadt reveals his experiences"Article| Norbert Troller| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Prisoners of House L126
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| no defined| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Peintures du ghetto de Theresienstadt, 1941-1945
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Bet loḥame ha-geṭaʼot (Loḥame ha-Geṭaʼot, Israel)| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Le masque de la barbarie
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Sabine Zeitoun| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : My Years in Theresienstadt
☯ Full Synopsis : "Recalls the author's struggle for survival in the Ghetto"Article| Gerty Spies| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : German Women's Life Writing and the Holocaust
☯ Full Synopsis : "Examines women's life writing in order to shed light on female complicity in the Second World War and the Holocaust."Article| Elisabeth Krimmer| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Last Days of Theresienstadt
☯ Full Synopsis : "In 1945, in the final months of the Third Reich, Eva Noack-Mosse was deported to the Nazi concentration camp of Theresienstadt. A trained journalist and expert typist, she was put to work in the Central Evidence office of the camp, compiling endless lists--inmates arriving, inmates deported, possessions confiscated from inmates, and all the obsessive details required by the SS. With access to camp records, she secretly began to record additional statistics and happenings in a diary. Noack-Mosse's unique contribution is her detailed documentation not only of the horrors of daily life within Theresienstadt, but also of their beginning and end. She gathered information from surviving inmates of earlier events within the walled fortress, witnessed the defeat and departure of the Nazis, observed the arrival of the International Red Cross and the Soviet Army takeover of the camp and town, assisted in administration of the camp's closure, and aided displaced persons in discovering the fates of their family and friends. After her return home, Noack-Mosse cross-referenced her data with that of others to provide evidence of Nazi crimes. At least 35,000 people died at Theresienstadt and another 90,000 were sent on to death camps elsewhere."Article| Eva Noack-Mosse| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Theresienstadt
☯ Full Synopsis : "A narrative by Vera Schiff-Katz who as a teenager, was incarcerated for three years in Theresienstadt."Article| Vera Schiff| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Theresienstadt 1941 - 1945
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Hans Günther Adler| Statement ..."