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Mazal and Bracha (Luck and Blessing) - Leo Haas Women & Men
In the Theresienstadt ghetto, men and women lived separately and therefore they were not able to live as a couple as they had before moving to the ghetto. What happened to the relationship between couples? Did it disappear because of living apart, or change its form? How were emotions of warmth and love and the connection between women and men reflected in texts written by Jews in the ghetto? These questions are at the center of the activity, in which the students design a gallery of pictures according to the emotions provoked by the extracts describing clearly the difficulty of maintaining a relationship in a world without privacy.
Yad Vashem Hours of happiness trade off with hours of despair. It's not easy being jammed into such a tight place, even with my wife. Nervousness gives way to anger, to shouts. Both of us work hard, and many problems are still unclarified. Still I believe it will all be better in the end. Yad Vashem
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