On June 23, 1944, the Red Cross inspected the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp (located in what is now the Czech Republic), in response to "rumors" that Jews were being exterminated. In preparation, the Nazis fabricated an intricate ruse to dupe the inspectors. Many prisoners were deported to Auschwitz, leaving just two or three inmates to each freshly painted room, and an entire village, filled with fake shops and cafés, was constructed to give the appearance of a life of comfort. Based on the true story, the New Jewish... More >>>