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Theresienstadt is the name of a Jewish ghetto created by Nazi authorities in the fortress town of Terezín in occupied Czechoslovakia. Nazi propaganda depicted Theresienstadt as a model ghetto where the regime resettled elderly Jews, but it actually functioned as a transit camp and a forced labor camp where many people died of starvation, abuse, and disease.

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