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  • The gate of Theresienstadt's Small Fortress bore the Nazi slogan ARBEIT MACHT FREI ("Work Will Set You Free"). The Nazis, insisting that Jews were universally "work shy," cynically tried to create the
  • approximately 500 Danish Jews who were deported to the Theresienstadt camp/ghetto in Czechoslovakia. Photo: Frihedsmuseet / United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archive Denmark's Rescue of
  • The Nazis originally created Theresienstadt in Czechoslovakia as a model ghetto/camp complex to dupe the outside world into believing that the regime was not treating Jews badly. But the camp soon became
  • Nazis kept meticulous records of the population in the Theresienstadt camp/ghetto. This July 1942 document charts the ghetto's human gender. July marked a significant transition at Theresienstadt: All
  • rabbi in Berlin from 1912 until his deportation to the Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, camp/ghetto in early 1943. When the Nazis created the Reich Representation of German Jews in 1933, Baeck was named
  • which indicates that she was deported to the Theresienstadt camp/ghetto in Czechoslovakia. Deportation of German Jews to Theresienstadt commenced in June 1942 and continued throughout the year. By December
  • In Theresienstadt, the Nazis' "model" ghetto and concentration camp in Czechoslovakia, extensive attempts were made to create the illusion of normalcy. Pictured in this still from a German propaganda
  • such as Munich or Theresienstadt. A new page will appear with search results, short descriptions of the destination pages, and links directly to those pages. Go Directly to a Chapter: The Holocaust Chronicle
  • worked at Theresienstadt. While a few guards exhibited kindness toward their prisoners, most followed the harsh camp rules, and beat and humiliated their prisoners. Few sought to intercede on inmates'
  • Bruml was first imprisoned in Theresienstadt, the "model" ghetto in Czechoslovakia. He was transported in 1942 to Auschwitz, where, because he was an artist by trade, he was forced to paint numbers on

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