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Theresienstadt trek raises £32,000 for Fedís project

FIFTEEN supporters of The Fedís My Voice project walked 90 kilometres in just two days ó and raised more than £32,000.

They walked from the site of the former Theresienstadt concentration camp to Prague, following in the footsteps of the Windermere Children, many of whom came from the camp to England in the same way at the end of the Second World War.

At Theresienstadt the group presented the My Voice storybooks of Ike Alterman, Abraham Pawlawksi and Sam Laskier ó all of whom were liberated at the camp ó to Jan Roubinet, the director of the Terezin Museum.

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