Terezín Family Camp in Auschwitz
On the night of 8-9 March 1944, nearly four thousand Jews from the Terezín family camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau were murdered in the gas chambers. This was one of the largest mass murders of the Czech population during the Second World War and in modern history. The existence of the family camp for the Jews of Terezín at Auschwitz will be presented by documentary filmmaker
and publicist Adam Drda, who wrote a book about the camp called Strange Treatment.