Room 28 Education
Room 28 Education  

Room 28 Education

Helga's Diary

An authentic diary from Theresienstadt, Room 28

The diary of Helga Pollak written in Room 28, Girls Home L 410,  is the heart and red thread of the book The Girls of Room 28. Without her diary, the story of these girls would not have been written and would not have become known.

The first edition was published in 2004 by Droemer Publishing House., Munic.

Ten years later, the complete diary of Helga Pollak along with the calendar notes of her father Otto Pollak. was published in German by Edition Room 28.

Helga Pollak-Kinsky

 

Mein Theresienstädter Tagebuch 1943-1944 und die Aufzeichnungen meines Vaters Otto Pollak

My Theresienstadt Diary 1943.1944 and the calendar notes from my father

 

With historical facts and interviews, compiled and edited by Hannelore Brenner. Epilogue by Peter Gstettner, Klagenfurt

 

Hardcover, 288 pages, 16 pages in colour and numerous photos and images. ISBN 978-3-00-043804-2

A very personal story

The book conveys the story of Helga's  childhood in Vienna, Kyjov (Czech Republic) and in the Ghetto Theresienstadt. It conveys her experiences in Auschwitz and in the working camp Oederan in Saxony and what happened thereafter, when she returned to Theresienstadt in April 1945.

Excerpt from the Compendium 2017

Important information on Helga's Diary
Compendium 2017 Helgas Diary.pdf
PDF-Dokument [1.6 MB]

Edition Room 28

A special website informs about the diary of Helga Pollak and further publications of Edition Room 28.

März 2018

Alles Wesentliche  zum Bildungsprojekt geht aus dem Kompendium 2016 hervor:

Dear English speaking visitors,

all about the Room 28 Educational Project is presented in the English edition, the Compendium 2017. Visit Edition R0om 28. You can order it here:

Donation Campaign

Associated Websites:

Visitors

since October 9, 2014

Druckversion Druckversion | Sitemap
© Room 28 Projects, Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick