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Ages 15+ Language: English
The hardships of ghetto life through the eyes of Jewish children. This fascinating legend, with its beautiful illustrations, was written in the Lodz Ghetto in Poland during the war. In the guise of a playful fantasy, it vividly describes life in the ghetto where children labored in factories and workshops in the hope of escaping deportation to the extermination camps. Ultimately, the entire ghetto was liquidated, but the legend remains to tell a story of hope amid terror and tragedy.
The unit contains: 17 color posters with illustrations from the album A teacher’s manual, with historical background, the legend, testimonies by ghetto survivors, articles and suggestions for class activities
""Designing Memory"" Competition
The Official Commemorative Poster
The winning poster in the ""Designing Memory"" competition, an ongoing initiative of Yad Vashem together with the Israel Ministry of Public Diplomacy. The winning design, created by graphic artist Ms. Bat El Atar, was selected by a distinguished panel of artists and Holocaust education experts out of almost 200 entries, and is being distributed and displayed across Israel to mark Yom HaShoah 2018.
A 70 x 100 cm color map, A smaller map of Auschwitz-Birkenau and its sub-camps is also provided
A 70 x 100 cm color map