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Holocaust

„Disunited family” Drawing in pencil portraying a husband and wife torn apart in the camp.

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„Prayer” Drawing in pencil which shows the praying hands of a Jew in a concentration camp.

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„A final hand holding” The drawing presents a Jewish family holding hands for the last time before deportation.

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„Among the first victims” The drawing suggests the road leading to the extermination camps, full of cruelty towards the life of a human being.

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„The fire keeps burning” Watercolour painting which represents the symbols of the Holocaust: the slogan, the flag, Hitler, the Jewish prisoner, caught in a destructive fire.

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„ Diabolical thought” Drawing in pencil which represents the diabolical thought of exterminating the Jews.

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„Führer” Drawing in coloured pencil which depicts Hitler, the promoter of Jews’ extermination.

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„Jews deserve to live” Survivors reject the repetition of the Holocaust.

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„Guilty of being born Jewish” Black and white drawing which awakens a feeling of guilt for all he ordered.

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„Obsession” Drawing in pencil, symbolizing the obsessive thought of a Holocaust survivor.

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