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Ren e was 13 years old when the

Germans Occupied Czechoslovakia Born 
occupied Czechoslovakia Born Czech speaking Jewish parents who lived in Josefov Josephstadt she ad been baptized as child but of course the Nazi race laws applied to the entire family except to a much loved non Jewish step grandfather For the next three years restriction followed restriction During that time Ren E KEPT A DIARY WHICH HAS CERTAIN ELEMENTS IN kept a diary which Les sept fantômes: Les enquêtes du commandant Gabriel Gerfaut Tome 4 has certain elements in with Anne Franks recording all the passionate feelings of an adolescent girl eventually cooped up with edgy parents in theirome which they Nous rêvions juste de liberté had to share with a Yiddish speaking family from Ruthenia rebelling againster fate fantasizing about being in love She did in fact Famille parfaite have a passionate and touching mainly epistolatory friendship with Jarmila a non Jewish girl two years older thanerself whom she ad met on a train for sometimes ren e and er train For sometimes Ren e and Mes premières enquêtes. Tome 6, le passage secret her ran the risk of defying the Nazi restrictions on Jews leaving their neighbourhood and visited the grandparents in nearby Mnichovo Hradiste M nchengr tz in theirouse they could temporarily put their worries to the back of their minds and even sing and play music La Mémoire fantôme had always meant much to the familyMore and people were being ordered to report for deportation The Nazis took the Ruthenian family without their two small children aged four and 18 months and fourteen year old Ren e took over the mothering of them But then in December 1942 it was the turn of Ren e ander family they were deported to Theresienstadt TerezinWe know that the Jana Rene Friesov was fifteen when she was imprisoned by the Nazis in the Czech ghetto town of Terezn Her memoir tells the poignantly familiar story of a young girl who even under the most abominable circumstances.  Fortress of My Youth: Memoir of a Terezín SurvivorNstruments that ad been confiscated Famous musicians among the inmates insisted on the Roses de printemps (La Trilogie du Collectionneur t. 2) highest standards from ensembles who rehearsed after tenours of ard the inmates insisted on the ighest standards from ensembles who rehearsed after ten Les trois femmes du consul hours ofard in the fields or workshops and whose composition was constantly changing as the result of deportations Ren e Après la tempête: Thriller psychologique herself took part in performances of Smetana s The Bartered Bride with its opening chorus Let s rejoice let s be merry and The Kiss and Verdi s ReuiemSo there were exhilarating experiences in Theresienstadt and I was reminded of the title of another such memoir A Garden of Eden in Hell see my review They included intense personal often sexual attachments between these adolescents only too often violently ending when one of them was selected for further deportation Ren eerself experienced this there was passionate love between Parti en fumée her and a young man called Milan who would leave Theresienstadt on the same transport aser fatherRen e s father and Milan were on one of the last transports out of Theresienstadt She and La Chambre des morts her mother were due to go on one soon after but by a miracle they were spared And then there were no transports Only a few people mostly women were left in Theresienstadt to cope as best they could that winter until the Russians arrived to liberate the camp in May 1945It was a desolate returnome so many people J'irai tuer pour vous had perisheder father and Prête-moi ta mort her A book which should be read by everyone thisAppalling episode in theistory of the world should never be forgotten It demonstrates clearlythe dangers of racial L'ile des chasseurs d'oiseaux hatre. Ader deep into theorrors of daily life in a camp that were faced by a young girl and Sharko her family But Friesov also tells of love joy sacrifice and the people who shared in the most profound experiences ofer life. ,
Azis presented Theresienstadt as a model camp to visitors from the Red Cross Did these take in the atrociously overcrowded accommodation with well over Did these take in the atrociously overcrowded accommodation with well over inmates in buildings that The Other Passenger: The bestselling Richard Judy Book Club pick - an instant classic! (English Edition) had been built for one tenth of that number so that each inmatead less than had been built for one tenth of that number so that each inmate L'Ange de Munich had less than suare meters of floor space Did they take in its nature as a transit camp from which thousands of people were transported to death camps to make room for thousands of newcomers Did they notice the filthy conditions that prevailed in most of the camp The tormenting infestation of bedbugs and lice The carts which wheeled away the 100 to 150 dead each day nearly 30000 died thereAnd yet in the midst of all this there were remarkable affirmations of life The Nazis left the detailed running of the camp to its inmates and even gave permission for some children to be accommodated in separate buildings which were run by the most wonderful men and women who made it their mission to stimulate and educate these children often to aigher standard than they would ave experienced at school to give them as positive an attitude to life as was
Possible Under These Circumstances 
under these circumstances make them be as clean and tidy as possible above all to inculcate into them a strong ethical sense so that for example they would elp each other and share the few small food parcels that were initially admitted from the outsideAs part of the model camp image the Nazis permitted the inmates to stage concerts choral works in the beginning then instrumental music on Engages in intense adolescent friendships worries with er companions over er looks and falls in loveAnne Franks diary ends with deportation to a concentration camp; Fortress of My Youth in contrast takes the re. ,

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