Helga's Diary: A Young Girl's Account of Life in a Concentration Camp

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The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank ( Telegraph)

A moving testimony to the courage, endurance and painfully premature maturity of the young victims of the Holocaust ( Financial Times)

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'The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank' Daily Telegraph

First they led us to the baths, where they took from us everything we still had. Quite literally there wasn't even a hair left. I didn't even recognize my own mother till I heard her voice . . .

In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were forced to say goodbye to their home, their relatives and all that they knew, and were interned in the Nazi concentration camp of Terezín. For the next three years, Helga documented her experiences there, and those of her friends and family, in a diary. Then they were sent to Auschwitz, and the diary was left behind, hidden in a wall.

Helga was one of a tiny number of Jewish children from Prague to survive the holocaust. After she returned home, she eventually managed to retrieve her diary and completed the journal of her experiences. The result is one of the most vivid first-hand accounts of the Holocaust ever to have been recovered.

'Anne Frank's diary finished when her family was rounded up for the camps: in Helga's Diary, we have a child's record of life inside the extermination factories. Shines a light into the long black night that was the Holocaust' Daily Express

'Resounds with a ferocious will to endure conditions of astonishing cruelty. Displays a rare capacity to remain keenly observant and to find the right words for transmitting . . . memory into history' New Statesman

'A moving testimony to courage and endurance. Remarkable . . . what is so compelling is the immediacy and unknowingness' Financial Times

Helga Weiss was born in Prague in 1929. Her father Otto was employed in the state bank and her mother Irena was a dressmaker. Of the 15,000 children brought to Terezín and later deported to Auschwitz, only 100 survived the Holocaust. Helga was one of them. On her return to Prague she studied art and is well known for her paintings. She has two children, three grandchildren and lives in the flat where she was born.

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Descripción Penguin Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 196 x 128 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank Daily Telegraph First they led us to the baths, where they took from us everything we still had. Quite literally there wasn t even a hair left. I didn t even recognize my own mother till I heard her voice .In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were forced to say goodbye to their home, their relatives and all that they knew, and were interned in the Nazi concentration camp of Terezin. For the next three years, Helga documented her experiences there, and those of her friends and family, in a diary. Then they were sent to Auschwitz, and the diary was left behind, hidden in a wall. Helga was one of a tiny number of Jewish children from Prague to survive the holocaust. After she returned home, she eventually managed to retrieve her diary and completed the journal of her experiences. The result is one of the most vivid first-hand accounts of the Holocaust ever to have been recovered. Anne Frank s diary finished when her family was rounded up for the camps: in Helga s Diary, we have a child s record of life inside the extermination factories. Shines a light into the long black night that was the Holocaust Daily Express Resounds with a ferocious will to endure conditions of astonishing cruelty. Displays a rare capacity to remain keenly observant and to find the right words for transmitting .memory into history New Statesman A moving testimony to courage and endurance. Remarkable .what is so compelling is the immediacy and unknowingness Financial Times Helga Weiss was born in Prague in 1929. Her father Otto was employed in the state bank and her mother Irena was a dressmaker. Of the 15,000 children brought to Terezin and later deported to Auschwitz, only 100 survived the Holocaust. Helga was one of them. On her return to Prague she studied art and is well known for her paintings. She has two children, three grandchildren and lives in the flat where she was born. Nº de ref. de la librería APG9780241959503

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Descripción Penguin Books Ltd, United Kingdom, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 196 x 128 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank Daily Telegraph First they led us to the baths, where they took from us everything we still had. Quite literally there wasn t even a hair left. I didn t even recognize my own mother till I heard her voice .In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were forced to say goodbye to their home, their relatives and all that they knew, and were interned in the Nazi concentration camp of Terezin. For the next three years, Helga documented her experiences there, and those of her friends and family, in a diary. Then they were sent to Auschwitz, and the diary was left behind, hidden in a wall. Helga was one of a tiny number of Jewish children from Prague to survive the holocaust. After she returned home, she eventually managed to retrieve her diary and completed the journal of her experiences. The result is one of the most vivid first-hand accounts of the Holocaust ever to have been recovered. Anne Frank s diary finished when her family was rounded up for the camps: in Helga s Diary, we have a child s record of life inside the extermination factories. Shines a light into the long black night that was the Holocaust Daily Express Resounds with a ferocious will to endure conditions of astonishing cruelty. Displays a rare capacity to remain keenly observant and to find the right words for transmitting .memory into history New Statesman A moving testimony to courage and endurance. Remarkable .what is so compelling is the immediacy and unknowingness Financial Times Helga Weiss was born in Prague in 1929. Her father Otto was employed in the state bank and her mother Irena was a dressmaker. Of the 15,000 children brought to Terezin and later deported to Auschwitz, only 100 survived the Holocaust. Helga was one of them. On her return to Prague she studied art and is well known for her paintings. She has two children, three grandchildren and lives in the flat where she was born. Nº de ref. de la librería APG9780241959503

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Descripción Penguin Books Ltd. Paperback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, Helga's Diary: A Young Girl's Account of Life in a Concentration Camp, Helga Weiss, "The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank". (Daily Telegraph). First they led us to the baths, where they took from us everything we still had. Quite literally there wasn't even a hair left. I didn't even recognize my own mother till I heard her voice.In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were forced to say goodbye to their home, their relatives and all that they knew, and were interned in the Nazi concentration camp of Terezin. For the next three years, Helga documented her experiences there, and those of her friends and family, in a diary. Then they were sent to Auschwitz, and the diary was left behind, hidden in a wall. Helga was one of a tiny number of Jewish children from Prague to survive the holocaust. After she returned home, she eventually managed to retrieve her diary and completed the journal of her experiences. The result is one of the most vivid first-hand accounts of the Holocaust ever to have been recovered. "Anne Frank's diary finished when her family was rounded up for the camps: in Helga's Diary, we have a child's record of life inside the extermination factories. Shines a light into the long black night that was the Holocaust". (Daily Express). "Resounds with a ferocious will to endure conditions of astonishing cruelty. Displays a rare capacity to remain keenly observant and to find the right words for transmitting .memory into history". (New Statesman). "A moving testimony to courage and endurance. Remarkable .what is so compelling is the immediacy and unknowingness". (Financial Times). Helga Weiss was born in Prague in 1929. Her father Otto was employed in the state bank and her mother Irena was a dressmaker. Of the 15,000 children brought to Terezin and later deported to Auschwitz, only 100 survived the Holocaust. Helga was one of them. On her return to Prague she studied art and is well known for her paintings. She has two children, three grandchildren and lives in the flat where she was born. Nº de ref. de la librería B9780241959503

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Descripción Penguin Books Ltd. Estado de conservación: New. In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were forced to say goodbye to their home, their relatives and all that they knew, and were interned in the Nazi concentration camp of Terezin. For the next three years, Helga documented her experiences there, and those of her friends and family, in a diary. This book deals with this diary. Num Pages: 256 pages, 20 illustrations by the author, in black and white and colour, as well as photographs. BIC Classification: 3JJH; YNH. Category: (G) General (US: Trade); (J) Children / Juvenile. Dimension: 196 x 137 x 19. Weight in Grams: 268. . 2014. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Nº de ref. de la librería V9780241959503

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