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Terezin: A Story of the Holocaust free pdf Terezin - A Story of The Holocaust is an award-winning book that tells the Holocaust story of the Terezin/Theresienstadt fortified ghetto - where the Nazis imprisoned thousands of Jews during the Second World War - and from where many were sent to their deaths. This unique book features first-hand accounts of life in the town as well as moving works of art from some of the artists who were incarcerated there. A detailed introduction sets the scene for the creation of Terezin and the Final Solution. Created by award-winning children's author Ruth Thomson using material from Yad Vashem and other key Jewish sources. Multi-award-winning - The School Library Association Information Book Award 2012 and 2012 ALCS Education Writers' Award. Critically acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic.

About Ruth Thomson

Ruth Thomson is an award-winning educational author with an MA in Museum and Gallery learning, who specialises in writing books on art and history. Her art books include Grisly

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Author : Ruth Thomson
Publisher : Franklin Watts Ltd
Data Published : 10 January 2013
ISBN : 1445116553
EAN : 9781445116556
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 64 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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