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Partisan in Battle, 1943, Alexander Bogen, Charcoal on paper, Gift of the artist

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander Bogen

Partisan, 1943, Alexander Bogen, Ink on paper

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander Bogen

Jewish Partisans, 1943, Alexander Bogen, Ink on paper

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander Bogen

The “Ubermensch” in the pose typical of the “Master Race”, Alexander Bogen, Oil crayon on paper, 1943

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander Bogen

A Partisan on Alert, 1943, Alexander Bogen, Charcoal on paper

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan, Alexander Bogen

Artist: Lukáš, František (1911-1996). Heda Grabová-Krenmayer, Theresienstadt Ghetto, 1941-1944. Mezzo-soprano opera singer.  Born in 1899. Lived in Prague. On December 17, 1941 deported to the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Survived. Charcoal on paper 29.5X21.7 cm

Born in Lived in Prague. On December 1941 deported to the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Charcoal on paper cm

The Pen and the Sword: Jewish Artist and Partisan Alexander Bogen

Works of art by Alexander Bogen—Jewish artist, partisan, and former ghetto resident

Artist: Lukáš, František (1911-1996). Karel Berman, Theresienstadt Ghetto, 1941-1944. Musician and composer in Prague. Born in 1919, Jindřichův Hradec, Czechoslovakia. On March 6, 1943 deported to the Theresienstadt Ghetto. On September 28, 1944 sent to Auschwitz. On October 10, sent to forced labor in Kaufering, later evacuated on a Death March to Dachau. Liberated by the American Army in May 1945. Returned to Prague. Since 1953, was a musician at the National Theater in Prague.

František Lukáš (Lustig) - Last Portrait: Painting for Posterity

Page from a children's memory book written in Terezin with a picture of a lightning bolt coming down into a walled city. The book was presented as a gift to Misa Grunbaum.  The translation of the poem reads "Further and further, always further; The battle for life pierces the armor; Don't worry about thunder; To accept blows and not give in; Continuously come closer and closer." It is signed Petr Ganz.

Page from a children's memory book written in Terezin with a picture of a…

A Mother and Her Baby, 1945 by Private Tolkatchev

Private Tolkatchev at the Gates of Hell

WILHELM WACHTEL 1875-1942

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Painting of Königsgraben from the ceiling of the penal company barrack at Birkenau.

Photograph of inmate art from Auschwitz and Birkenau.