Helga's diary : a young girl's account of life in a concentration camp
Call Number940.53161 W42h
Statement of ResponsibilityHelga Weiss; translated by Neil Bermel.
SummaryHelga's Diary is a young girl's remarkable first-hand account of life in the Terezín concentration camp during the Second World War. The drawings and paintings that Helga made during her time in Terezín, which accompany this diary, were published in 1998 in the book Draw What You See (Zeichne, was Du siehst).
- Translator's Note
- Helga's Diary
- Auschwitz, Freiberg, Mauthausen, Home
- Interview with Helga Weiss
Physical Description xvi, 226 pages : illustrations, maps; 20 cm
PublisherLondon : Penguin Books
- "First published by Viking 2013" —Title page verso
- Includes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted in 2017 by Shannon LaBelle & Kevin Forbes