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Located among our national monuments to freedom on the National Mall in Washington, DC, the Museum provides a powerful lesson in the fragility of freedom, the myth of progress, and the need for vigilance in preserving democratic values.
"Handwritten in a school notebook between October 1943 and April 1944, this remarkable diary depicts the nightmare of life under the Nazis in Poland's infamous Lodz ghetto--through the eyes of brilliant, 14-year-old Jewish girl"
"Children Writing the Holocaust is an analysis of a wide range of works written for adult readers, by and about child survivors and victims of the Holocaust. The book adopts a narrative approach in examining which features these texts hold in common, and whether works about the Holocaust from a child's viewpoint constitute a discrete literary genre."