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The Small Fortress and the ghetto were geographically separate (a few kms apart), had different inmate populations and functions, and very few prisoners were transferred from one to the other. The only thing they have in common is the name and general location. So I think it would be appropriate to split off the Small Fortress into a separate article. Name suggestions welcome. Catrìona (talk) 10:56, 20 September 2018 (UTC)
The name and logic are faultless, but there's hardly any material here on the Small Fortress, and no citations. If you have suitable materials and sources, then I'd support the split. Chiswick Chap (talk) 20:51, 15 October 2018 (UTC)
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Removed The image was created during World War II, so it's not PD-1923 and I can't find unambiguous evidence that it is PD at all, so I just got rid of it. After a web search, I could not find any relevant maps that were obviously PD.
Deportees to the camp had to surrender all possessions except for 50 kilograms (110 lb) luggage, 50 kgs of luggage, or only items within 50 kgs?
50 kgs of luggage, clarified
used creative methods in order to improve the infrastructure What methods exactly?
Rothkirchen is very vague in this point; she says "Thanks to the ingenious activities of the Work Detail [Aufbaukommando] the dilapidated and neglected compound was transformed..." I think there are more details in Bondy; I'll add them later.
Footnote "b" would be better in the prose, divided from the sentence its attached to with a semicolon, for some extra punch.
Not done Adler's book, although first published in English in 2017, was actually written in 1955. Although very complete in some respects, the figures for returnees are considerably inaccurate (compared to later estimates). Basically, he had access to a reasonable count of people who had registered as returnees in Czechoslovakia, but only educated guesses for the number of survivors from Germany, Austria, etc., which in this case he ignored and only stated the number of known survivors from the Protectorate. His estimate of survivors from the Theresienstadt family camp is a significant underestimate compared with the Terezín Initiative's latest figures. In this particular case, I don't have a newer estimate. Because of these caveats, I think it would be undue weight to include it in the text, and perhaps I should get rid of it entirely.
I agree that it should probably be cut if its not iron-clad. If you keep it, expand it.
Removed Zählappel. I think it's reasonable to keep Verschönerung, because the majority of English language sources discussing it mention that this is the German word and there seems to be a strong association with Theresienstadt.
resulting in about 300 deaths From sickness related to the cold or outright freezing to death?
Rothkirchen says that the 300 deaths occurred on the field while the SS were counting, from "exhaustion and fatigue".
Include in prose? –Vami
and were probably dumped in the nearby Eger River. "Probably" sounds very wobbly. Remove this clause.
All of the post-Adler sources that mention this incident unambiguously state that it occurred. I cited one and removed the word "probably".