University over an Abyss

The Story Behind the Theresienstadt Lectures
  • Elena Makarova
  • Sergei Makarov
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Abstract

‘One could live quite decently here, among educated, intellectual people, if not for the constant fear of being sent further on,’ wrote Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, artist, designer and art teacher, in a postcard from the Theresienstadt ghetto in 1943.

Keywords

Radium Dolomite Excavation Egypt Encephalitis 

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Notes

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  • Elena Makarova
  • Sergei Makarov

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