Helga's Diary

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Helga Weiss's diary begins in 1938 when she was eight years old and living in Prague with her parents. She records the marginalization and deportation of the city's Jews following the Nazi invasion and the hardships of the Terezin concentration camp, where she lived for three years from 1941. Moved to Auschwitz in 1944, she was one of the few Czech Jews to survive and return to Prague where she completed this remarkable document.

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Helga's Diary

Helga's Diary

A Young Girl's Account of Life in a Concentration Camp

Viking2013

Hardback244pp

9780670921416     Product Code: 299071

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Helga Weiss's diary begins in 1938 when she was eight years old and living in Prague with her parents. She records the marginalization and deportation of the city's Jews following the Nazi invasion and the hardships of the Terezin concentration camp, where she lived for three years from 1941. Moved to Auschwitz in 1944, she was one of the few Czech Jews to survive and return to Prague where she completed this remarkable document.

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