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Visited the barracks at the end of a day trip from Prague and -- because of the return bus -- couldn't spend as much time as I would have liked. The barracks have very nice displays of art work completed by Terezin prisoners and a...More
Went here as part of the Terezin Concentration Camp tour. This is where the women and children were housed. They have a recreation of a room, of the conditions they lived in under the Nazi occupation.
At the Terezin Concentration Camp, you will see a...More
There are several areas in this building-the restored dormitory with personal effects and crowding, mock-up theater where they put on plays/musicals, and personal art made in the ghetto illustrating their conditions, emotions, etc. Since we were on a day tour group, the guide gave us...More
Pavel brought this barracks to life. Unlike other camps this one remains the same as it did during the war. The family effects make this very real. You can see the theater as well as other common areas.
In the Magdeburska Kasarna is also a small theater were I danced on the stage. I was 8 years old living in the ghetto at the children home. For me it was something very special to see again the stage celerbrated my 80 years birthday....More
All of my lectures were held here whilst taking part in a conference for the Holocaust Education Trust. It is an amazing building with a devastating history, as the whole of Terezin has but this building held something more devastating which was the false hope...More
I saw this museum as part of a tour to Terezin by Prague Gray line.
We saw this museum last as part of our tour to Terezin. It contains a mockup of the rooms that held the bunks. It is set up as photographs and...More