Children’s Drawings from Terezín 1942-1944 @ Jewish Museum in Prague

The Holocaust Memorial in the Pinkas Synagogue is one long tombstone inscription commemorating those for whom a tombstone could not be erected. The monument also features a unique exhibition of children’s drawings from Terezín (Theresienstadt) from 1942-1944. This selection of drawings, which are impressive testimony to the cruel fate of the children, are often the only memorial to those who did not survive.

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