Pavel Batel
Historian, author, documentarist
Pavel Batel, a history graduate from the Military Academy of Prague, is a distinguished author with several books to his credit, all rooted in his profound research on the Holocaust. Over the past two decades, Pavel has conducted interviews with over thirty survivors of World War II, bringing a unique and personal perspective to his work. His expertise extends beyond writing, as he passionately lectures at Jewish communities, schools, and universities, contributing significantly to Holocaust education.
In April 2017 on Yom Ha Shoa (Holocaust Memorial Day) Pavel was invited to I24 News life broadcasting in Tel Aviv where he presented forgotten stories of Terezin.
Example of Pavel Batel's research
Interview with Ruth Bondy, famous historian, Terezin and Auschwitz survivor, Czech writer and translator (author of the book "Jakob Edelstein" - necessary for every Terezin scholar).
Jehuda Bacon experienced angelic actions like those of Fredy Hirsh (a mentor and protector of Jewish children in Terezin and Auschwitz), and at the same time the heroic actions of Jesus Christ, Premysl Pitter (a Christian priest who protected Jewish children.
Achim Beginsky survived Terezin living in the same situation as Gerda. He was exceptionally stealthy and his skill at sneaking into various block-kitchens ensured he was never hungry in Terezin.
Pavel Batel in London with Jeremy Adler, British writer, philosopher and poet (son of H. G. Adler, Terezin and Auschwitz survivor - the most important Terezin historian and author of crucial books used during interrogation of Adolf Eichmann).
Petr Lang: Terezin, Auschwitz and Kaufering survivor, who spent two and a half years in Terezin, describing important facts about everyday ghetto life, and events prior to his Auschwitz transportation.
Pavel Batel and his collection of books about Terezin Ghetto-camp and Terezin Small fortress.
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