A one-act play is on in Trent until February 8; “Eppure non ho paura. Memorie femminili dal Lager di Ravensbrück” [And yet I am not afraid. Memories of women from the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp], by Renzo Fracalossi. “For the first time the drama of the Shoah is seen through the eyes of the women imprisoned in the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp, which, unlike so many others, was destined only for them, and where more than 130,000 women were held”, says the author.
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