By Special Contributor Larry Kane
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A concentration camp used as a tool to cover up mass exterminations is the subject of a daring exhibit now open at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
It was nearing the end of World War II when Nazi propagandists released movies and pictures of the camp at Terezin in Czechoslovakia.
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The pictures showed happy adults playing soccer; children producing amazing artwork, happy scenes – covering up the real story of murder.
Now the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance is sponsoring a free exhibit at the Free Library about the children of Tererzin.