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Title: Theresienstadt - danske børn i nazistisk fangenskab (Theresienstadt : Danish children in Nazi captivity)
Corporate Authors: Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS). Department for Holocaust and Genocide Studies 
Subject Keywords: Holocaust ; Holocaust education ; children ; Jews
See Also: genocide ; Holocaust education ; Holocaust remembrance ; Holocaust denial
Key Issues: Holocaust remembrance and education
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Minerva Film
Publication Country: Denmark 
Publication Place : Copenhagen
Material Type: tools and guides
Language: Danish
Country: Denmark 
Country Coverage: Denmark 
URL more information: dan
Abstract: The documentary film is based on eyewitness accounts and tells the story of six children who were deported to concentration camp Theresienstadt with their families during the German occupation of Denmark. Birgit, Bear, Jytte, Paul, Rachel and Salle were among the approx. 500 Danish Jews who did not manage to escape to Sweden and thus avoID Nazi captivity. Their stories are about fear, deprivation, starvation, cruelty and loss, but also about friendship, love and hope. The stories intertwined with the history of the occupation of Denmark, Europe in the war and the Holocaust - the Nazi attempt to exterminate the Jews.
Physical Description: 1 DVD
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Holocaust remembrance and education

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