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Theresienstadt concentration camp - Wikipedia


Theresienstadt concentration camp, also referred to as Theresienstadt ghetto, was a concentration camp established by the SS during World War II in the ...

Theresienstadt - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


The Theresienstadt "camp-ghetto" existed for three and a half years, between November 24, 1941 and May 9, 1945. During its existence, Theresienstadt served ...

History & Overview of Terezin | Jewish Virtual Library


Of the vast majority of Czech Jews who were taken to Terezin (or Theresienstadt), 97,297 died among whom were 15,000 children. Only 132 of those children ...

Terezin -Theresienstadt http://www.HolocaustResearchProject.org


After the German occupation Terezin was renamed Theresienstadt. The Small Fortress became a police prison of the Prague Gestapo in June 1940 – mostly ...

"The Show Camp" Theresienstadt by Wolf Murmelstein http://www ...


THE MAIN ROLES OF THERESIENSTADT. In May 1944 SS Captain Wisliceny handed out to the Budapest Zionist Rescue Committee a letter signed by 12 ...

Theresienstadt | concentration camp, Czech Republic | Britannica.com


Dec 10, 2009 ... Theresienstadt, Czech Terezín, town in northern Bohemia (now in the Czech Republic), founded in 1780 and used from 1941 to 1945 by Nazi ...

History of Theresienstadt Ghetto, now the town of Terezin in the ...


Dec 23, 2007 ... So when the Germans turned the town of Theresienstadt into a Jewish ghetto in November 1941, this was not by any means a Nazi innovation.

Terezin Concentration Camp - Philip Greenspun


A visit to Terezin. by Chuck Vadun, part of Web Travel Review's Berlin/Prague story. (photos by Philip Greenspun). Theresienstadt Museum. Terezin.

History of Theresienstadt: The "Model" Ghetto - 20th Century History


Theresienstadt was a special concentration camp, a place where Nazis placed famous prisoners and allowed the Red Cross to visit.

Theresienstadt - Music and the Holocaust


An article by Dr. Guido Fackler on the musical life inside the Theresienstadt camp which was abused by Hitler for propaganda purposes.