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Eva Mándlová Roubíčková collection

Document | Accession Number: 1996.A.0383

Consists of photographs, documents, artwork, and a diary related to the Holocaust experiences of Eva Mándlová Roubíčková. Includes prewar photographs of Eva, her friends, parents, and a railroad worker, Karel Kosvanec, who supplied food to Eva while she was in Theresienstadt (Terezin). Includes Eva's diary, which she wrote in Gabelsberger shorthand in Terezin in 1943-1944. Also includes three pieces of artwork (two watercolors and a pencil sketch) done in Terezin, and documents including a Red Cross telegram, flyers about what can be brought into the ghetto, and a notice about a food parcel received. Much of the collection, including an English language translation of the diary, was published in 1998 under the title "We're Alive and Life Goes On" by Eva Roubickova.

1938-1945  (inclusive)
1 diary.
3 pieces of artwork.
7 documents.
5 photographs.
2 photocopies.
1 folder
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Record last modified: 2018-11-02 17:40:37
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