Helga’s Diary, by Helga Weiss, is the diary of one teenage Jewish girl who was interred in the Terezin ghetto along with her mother and father during the Holocaust. Helga’s diary documents the experiences of life in Terezin, as well as her subsequent deportation from Terezin to concentration camps. This diary is an important, impactful, riveting, poignant, heartbreaking and powerful piece of history. Of the 15,000 children who found themselves in Terezin, only one hundred survived the war; Helga Weiss was one of the 100 surviving children. This is her story.