Secret drawings and
sketches that a Czech artist produced and kept hidden from his Nazi
captors inside a World War II concentration camp went on display at the
Jewish Museum in Berlin last month.
Bedrich Fritta was 35 years old when he was imprisoned with his wife and baby son at the Theresienstadt Ghetto
near Prague, which the Hitler propaganda machine vaunted as a "model camp" by hiding the true fate of Europe's Jews.