Through the travelling display panel exhibition we present the fates of six Jewish children from 1938 to 1945, or up to now, within the context of historic events. The personal stories become a key to historic events of pre-war and war Czechoslovakia for the exhibition visitors.
This web site, where you can learn more about the fates of six children and about the archive documents on events of World War II and the holocaust of Bohemian and Moravian Jews, is a part of the project.
» About the exhibition|
» Layout of the display panel
» View of the panel
» Schedule of the route
of the travelling exhibition
» Technical parameters
» Accompanying programmes
January 2017 Gamnázium Karlín More »
|The Education and Culture Centre of Jewish Museum in Prague has published a book for the project Don’t Lose Faith in Mankind... The Protectorate Through the Eyes of Jewish Children. This is intended for educational programmes at elementary and high schools. It is based on a travelling exhibition of the same name, which it expands upon in many respects, providing greater scope for children’s recollections and a broader description of historical contexts and events, as well as an explanation of a number of terms. The book includes a range of appendices with methodological materials and worksheet models.|
Permanent display of the copy of the exhibition:|
Education & Culture Centre of the Jewish Museum in Prague More »
Financial support: Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic, the State Culture Fund of the CR, the Ministry od Culture of the CR,
the Claims Conference and Culture 2000 programme of the European Union