Underground Terezin Youth Magazine

Hunger and Meager Daily Bread Rations

Emotion and Poetry

The From the Children, About the Children, For the Children: Art and Writing of the Holocaust Exhibit is a collection of children’s artwork, poetry and selections from an underground youth newspaper created during the Holocaust. The exhibit is designed to encourage responses from today’s youth. This powerful and educational Holocaust exhibit speaks to the emotions that young people experienced as they confronted the Holocaust.

Feelings of isolation, fear, hunger, and humiliation are expressed through art and poetry, teaching compassion to today’s youth through the vivid imagery used by these children.

The panels include excerpts from two youth newspapers that were written in the Terezin ghetto in Czechoslovakia.  Boys of ages 12-15 who were living in the required barracks created their own means of expression by editing newspapers. Most of the children involved in writing these newspapers perished in Auschwitz or other extermination camps before the war’s end, but their writings were thankfully preserved and later published.


This exhibit rental includes:

  • (16) 43.5” H x 34” W, cloth, hanging panels
  • Custom designed study guide:
    • Includes suggested lessons for multiple class periods
    • Art and writing based activities
    • Student worksheet
    • Terezin PowerPoint presentation
    • Two books for classroom use:
      • Terezin: Voices from the Holocaust – by Ruth Thomson
      • I Never Saw Another Butterfly – by Hana Volavkova

This Holocaust exhibit is available for two week rentals at a fee of $150.00, plus shipping and handling.

To inquire about availability of this exhibit, please contact:  Scott Littky, Executive Director of the Institute for Holocaust Education, at 402-334-6575 or slittky@ihene.org


Holocaust Exhibit – Quick Info

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Owned by: The Institute for Holocaust Education

Rental Fee: $150 plus shipping and handling

The materials included in these panels were provided with permission from Israel’s Beit Theresienstadt Martyrs’ Remembrance Association and the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education.