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Last Days of Theresienstadt.


Last Days of Theresienstadt

Eva Noack-Mosse: Translated by Skye Doney and Birute Ciplijauskaite

University of Wisconsin Press


176 pages



George L. Mosse Series in Modern European Cultural and Intellectual History


The late Noack-Mosse, a Jewish journalist and typist, was forced to work in the Central Evidence office of Theresienstadt in February 1945, making lists for the Nazis. This diary, published in its entirety for the first time, recounts her experience in the concentration camp as she documented the crimes committed by the Nazis. She begins with her marriage one year before the Nazis forbade omixed marriageso to Jews and describes the camp and its conditions, her experiences, the end of the camp, the role of the Red Cross in helping displaced people find out what happened to their family and friends, the Russian takeover of the camp and town, and specific events. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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