Girls From Room 28 exhibition

Yesterday Prague’s Geothe Institute in Masarykovo nabrezi opened an exhibition called Girls From Room 28 (Devcata z pokoje 28) that tries to present the concentration camp in Terezin during the WWII. The exhibition of pictures and written documents is open until 22nd September 2007.

Several old ladies who survived as small girls the sufferings of the concentration camp met in Terezin yesterday to remember the hard times in their childhood, to refresh their friendships and pay tribute to those who didn’t survive.

The exhibition has the same name as a book by Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick. The book contains mainly authentic diary notes from 1942 – 44 by girls interned in Terezin concentration camp. Only 15 out of 60 girls from room no. 28 survived.

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