Eva Mándlová Roubíčková papers
The Eva Mändlová Roubíčková papers include a diary, documents, and photographs relating to the wartime experiences of Eva Mändlová while imprisoned in Theresienstadt. The diary was written by Eva in Gabelsberger shorthand from 1943-1944 while in Theresienstadt. In her diary Eva writes about her family’s deportation, life in the ghetto, the fear of being transported, and her relationships and interactions with other people. The collection also includes a Red Cross telegram between Eva’s husband, Richard, and his mother, pamphlets notifying Eva’s family that they have to leave their home and what they could bring, and a letter from the Relief Committee of Jews stating that Eva received a food parcel. The collection also includes originals and photocopies of pre-war photographs of Eva, her friends, her parents, and a railroad worker, Karel Kosvanec, who supplied food to Eva while she was in Theresienstadt.
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