The Music of the Holocaust Presented at GCSU

The Telegraph, a site that covers central Georgia, details a presentation on the music of the Holocaust that was made by Alfred Schneider at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville.

The talk, which was about an hour long, focused on the music at Theresienstadt concentration camp, which was known at Terezin.The story points out that Terezin was a bit different than the other camps because it was used as a showcase to fool the Red Cross as to the conditions under which prisoners were being held.


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