More than 60 years after Petr Ginz died in a gas chamber at Auschwitz, the Czech Republic is finally paying homage to the brilliant teenager by publishing his recently found diaries. Recalling the diaries of another teenage victim of the Holocaust, Anne Frank, they reveal a budding Czech literary and artistic genius whose life was cut short by the Nazis.
Earlier the Czech Postal Service issued a commemorative stamp bearing the boy's photo and his famous drawing.
The drawing, by Prague schoolboy Petr Ginz, depicts a view of the Earth as imagined from the Moon.
As a boy, he was obsessed with science and space travel, and drew his now famous Moon Landscape aged 14.
The black-and-white pencil drawing shows mountains on the Moon with the Earth shining far away in the distance.