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Will to Create, Will to Live: The Culture of Terezín is generously supported by The Rita Allen Foundation; and The Harold W. and Ida L. Goldstein Lecture Fund through the Estate of Sanford Goldstein.
Additional support is provided by an anonymous donor; Suzi and Martin J. Oppenheimer; UJA-Federation of New York; the Austrian Cultural Forum; the Czech Center New York; and the Consulate General of Israel in New York.
Retold by Tony Kushner. Pictures by Maurice Sendak. After the opera by Hans Krása and Adolf Hoffmeister. (For ages 4-8)
The Tin Ring: How I Cheated Death
By Zdenka Fantlová. Translated by Deryck Viney.
My First Loves
By Ivan Klíma. Translated by Ewald Osers.
The Diary of Petr Ginz, 1941-42
Edited by Chava Pressburger. Translated by Elena Lappin. Introduction by Jonathan Safran Foer.
...I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Children’s Drawings and Poems from Terezín Concentration Camp, 1942-1944
Draw What You See: A Child’s Drawings from Theresienstadt/Terezín
By Helga Weissova. Edited by Hana Volavková. Forward by Chaim Potok. Afterward by Vaclav Havel.
Art, Music and Education as Strategies for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45
Edited with an introduction by Anne D. Dutlinger.
Art Against Death: Permanent Exhibitions of the Terezín Memorial in the Former Magdeburg Barracks
By Vojtech Blodig.
Music in Terezín 1941-1945
By Joža Karas.
University Over the Abyss: The Story Behind 520 Lecturers and 2,430 Lectures in KZ Theresienstadt 1942-1944
By Elena Makarova, Sergei Marakov, Victor Kuperman. Preface by Yehuda Bauer.
Performing Captivity, Performing Escape: Cabarets and Plays from the Terezín/Theresienstadt Ghetto
By Lisa Peschel (To be released Feb 2012).
Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance
By Judith Brin Ingber.
René Blum & The Ballets Russes: In Search of a Lost Life
By Judith Chazin-Bennahum.
Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, Vienna 1898 – Auschwitz 1944
By Elena Makarova.
*Please note that there are many, many more fine books about Terezín and that this is a limited selection.
The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme
Jewish Museum Prague
Music and the Holocaust
The OREL Foundation
Terezin Memorial Museum
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum