Heresienstadt was a hybrid concentration camp and ghetto established by the SS during World War II in the fortress town Terezín, located in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia bout 33,000 people died at Theresienstadt, mostly from malnutrition and disease.
More than 88,000 people were held there for months or years before being deported to extermination camps and other killing sites; the Jewish self-administration’s role in choosing those to be deported has attracted significant controversy. Including 4,000 of the deportees who survived, the total number of survivors was around 23,000.
Visit the museum, camp itself and its memorial to commemorate the memory of the deceased.
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Terezín was a hybrid concentration camp and ghetto established by the SS during World War II in the fortress town Terezín.
Visit the famous Czech concentration camp and honor the memory of the deceased
In 1947 the National Suffering Memorial was opened on the site of the suffering of tens of thousands; it was later renamed the Terezin Memorial.
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