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the   immersive   cultural  experience

A past forgotten, is a future lost

WATCH: Hunger - Lilli’s three-year survival story

Inspired by the courage and fortitude of brave teenagers during the Holocaust.


Anne Frank

Jewish Anne Frank hid in 1942 from the Nazis during the occupation of the Netherlands. Two years later she was discovered. In 1945 she died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.


Rutka Laskier

Rutka Laskier was 14 years old when she began keeping a diary. She
lived in the town of Bedzin and—as a Jewish girl—she experienced the ever-increasing persecution brought about by the German conquest of Poland during World War II. Even though the occupation began for Rutka in September 1939, she didn’t begin her diary until January 1942. 


Renia Spiegel

Renia Spiegel (18 June 1924 – 30 July 1942) was a Jewish Polish diarist who was killed during World War II in the Holocaust. Spiegel's diary, kept between the ages of 15 and 18, documents her experience as a teenager living in the city of Przemyśl through World War II as conditions for Jews deteriorated. 


Věra Kohnová

Věra Kohnová (26 June 1929 – 1942) was a young Czechoslovakian Jewish diarist who wrote a diary about her feelings and about events during the Nazi occupation. Her diary was published in 2006.

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