Unique photographs from the WWII Terezín ghetto are set to be shown at the European Parliament in Brussels as the six-month Czech presidency of the EU comes to a close. The photos had been lost for decades and only recently came to light.
Journalist Milan Weiner, who survived the Terezín ghetto and Auschwitz death camp, passed away in 1969.
However it was only recently that an album of 41 photographs from Terezín (Theresienstadt in German) among his possessions received attention.
Taken between 1942 and 1944, they are the only known photos capturing life in the ghetto other than stills from Nazi propaganda films.
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Authors: Ruth Fraňková, Ian Willoughby