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Theresienstadt- "Spa town". The real Holocaust hoax.

A year ago I took one of the most transformative journeys of my life, with 24 fellow educators, to study the Holocaust and the Jewish resistance to it, in Washington, DC, Germany, the Czech Republic, and Poland. 983 more words

Freedom, in 100 years

28. June 1914

Sarajevo

Gavrilo Princip shot Franz Ferdinand.

Start of the war, or start of the liberation of the people from serfdom, or from slavery? 245 more words

Ithaca

Gavrilo Princip's Cellblock, Terezin

In the streets of Sarajevo on this day a hundred years ago the Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip stood up from beside a street cafe and emptied the contents of his automatic pistol into a car bearing… 119 more words

WW1 Revisited

BRUNDIBAR – A LEGACY OF HOPE WHICH SURVIVED THE HOLOCAUST

Composed in 1938 as a submission for a children’s opera competition, Brundibár by Hans Krása with a libretto by Adolf Hoffmeister, was performed by children at the Jewish orphanage when it premiered in Nazi occupied Prague. 461 more words

Rollerblades

       On of the things I have missed most (besides my family, pets, and biscuits) is my bike. Everyone here bikes and there must be a bike shop on every street. 571 more words

Terezín

SMALL WONDER

My classmates and I took a trip to Terezín, an old military base that was used as a concentration camp and Jewish ghetto during World War II. 409 more words

PHOTO THEMES

Day 10- From Terezin to Berlin

Today we left Prague and headed towards Berlin. On the way we stopped in Terezin, Czech Republic. Terezin was known for being a Jewish ghetto until Germans took over the city. 267 more words

Germany