Zeichne, was Du siehst : Zeichnungen eines Kindes aus Theresienstadt/Terezín = Maluj, co vidíš, kresby jednoho dítěte z Terezína = draw what you see, a child's drawings from Theresienstadt (Book, 1998) [WorldCat.org]
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Zeichne, was Du siehst : Zeichnungen eines Kindes aus Theresienstadt/Terezín = Maluj, co vidíš, kresby jednoho dítěte z Terezína = draw what you see, a child's drawings from Theresienstadt
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Zeichne, was Du siehst : Zeichnungen eines Kindes aus Theresienstadt/Terezín = Maluj, co vidíš, kresby jednoho dítěte z Terezína = draw what you see, a child's drawings from Theresienstadt

Author: Helga Weissová; Niedersächsischer Verein zur Förderung von Theresienstadt/Terezín.
Publisher: Göttingen : Wallstein, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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An album of drawings by Weissová-Hošková (born to a Jewish family in Prague in 1929), which she made in 1941-44, when she was interned in Theresienstadt, and six drawings of Auschwitz and Mauthausen made after her liberation from Mauthausen, in 1945-46. Pp. 145-165 contain afterwords by Rudolf M. Wlaschek, Felix Brummer, and Heidrun Charlotte Kowollik, discussing the artist and the issue of the children inmates of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
In art
Named Person: Helga Weissová; Helga Weissová
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helga Weissová; Niedersächsischer Verein zur Förderung von Theresienstadt/Terezín.
ISBN: 3892443165 9783892443162
OCLC Number: 40362598
Language Note: Text in German, Czech, and English.
Notes: Exhibition catalog.
Description: 167 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
Responsibility: Helga Weissová ; herausgegeben vom Niedersächsischen Verein zur Förderung von Theresienstadt/Terezín e.V.

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An album of drawings by Weissová-Hošková (born to a Jewish family in Prague in 1929), which she made in 1941-44, when she was interned in Theresienstadt, and six drawings of Auschwitz and Mauthausen made after her liberation from Mauthausen, in 1945-46. Pp. 145-165 contain afterwords by Rudolf M. Wlaschek, Felix Brummer, and Heidrun Charlotte Kowollik, discussing the artist and the issue of the children inmates of Theresienstadt.

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