Jewish Museum in Prague


1. How did the exhibition make an impression on you in general?

From chosen answers
The exhibition was very interesting and the attendance was a real experience.
The exhibition has strengthened and deepened my relationship with the Jewish nation.
Very emotional.
Though it was not my first exhibition, the impression was very strong, emotional and intellectual.
Very intense.
A very intense impression.

2. Do you think that the exhibition has extended your knowledge up to now?

From chosen answers
Sure, but I think that there will be never enough knowledge.
Yes, it has.
Yes, the absolutely unusual photographs.
For sure it has.
Of course it has and I am glad that something like this has been made.
Yes, I think - now I know more about the Jews and their past.
I had general knowledge before but what was very suggestive, was the platform of children’s life stories.

3. What in the exhibition impressed you most?

From chosen answers
The authentic records from diaries, school reports, personal belongings, which enabled me to get closer to the personalities of particular children.
The perfect arrangement.
The stories from small towns.
The interpretation of the entire content.
The stress on individuality, personal experiences, concreteness, number of personal documents, photographs, diaries and linking them with the time they took place.
The stories…
That the exhibition is based on the fates of the children who survived, and is observed through their point of view and perception.

4. Which of the stories appealed to you and why?

From chosen answers
Various answers (There might be an influence of the viewing of a film within the framework of accompanying programmes to the exhibition).

5. In what do you see the sense of the topic or its urgency nowadays?

From chosen answers
The constant danger of the idea of fascism, which unfortunately becomes more and more urgent.
The nonsensical cruelty is definitely not rubbish in the dust bin of history. It can be expressed any time and unexpectedly, we should be ready.
Especially for young people.
So that people can empathise and nobody forgets what it was like.
So that people knew what it all was like, so that they knew the truth and nobody dared to state today that the shoah did not exist!!!
In the permanent awareness and evaluation of life, attitudes, education and values.

6. How do you appraise the typographical design of the exhibition?

From chosen answers
Very clearly arranged
Very well made.
It is clearly arranged and I think that the quotation at the heading of each panel makes it coherent.
The panels are clear and quite big.

7. What would you praise at the exhibition and why?

From chosen answers
The work of all who participated in the exhibition because thanks to them, even people of my age and younger children will learn everything.
I would praise it by saying that it really impresses a human.
Its layout, film projections, clear arrangement, intelligibility.
The number of personal diaries, the own experiences of the participants in transports.
The fact that it acquaints us with PEOPLE.
The photographs and documents in the glass cases.
Working out the historic part of the exhibition about the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
The concept of the stories.

8. What initiatives, remarks and commentaries would you like to mention for the further work of the Education and Culture Centre of the Jewish Museum in Prague?

From chosen answers
Let it continue organizing exhibitions, lectures and other cultural activities for us, people of Jewish and non-Jewish origin as well.
To make postcard with the children’s texts and sell them at the exhibition.
I do not have any remarks, on the contrary I thank you for expanding the activities.

Thank you very much for your opinion indeed.


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