Children of Terezin

Incomprehensible.  Over fifteen thousand children entered the camp at Terezin.  After the war barely 100 to 150 were still alive.  Who were the shadowy figures looking in?  Perhaps parents, relatives, or the spirits of other lost souls.  It did not matter.  They could not reach the children.  They could not save them.

Description:         Terra Cotta
Ht. 3.5"    L. 17.5"    W. 9.5"     Wt. 6 lbs.


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