Dutch Tree Foundation have filed an injunction to bloc the felling of Anne Frank's chestnut tree A group of tree conservationists have vowed on Thursday (November 15) to take the... - 19.11.2007, ITNSource
When Anne's family found out the Dutch government want diaries telling of war time experiences Anne is encouraged to submit hers. Determined to be a professional writer, Anne... - 09.01.2009, MegaVideo
A Dutch court is about to rule over the destiny of a chestnut tree Anne Frank mentioned in her diary as an independent conservationist association carries out a test to prove it... - 21.11.2007, ITNSource
01.06.2012 [Pittsburgh Post Gazette] - In 1947 a Dutch court convicted Klaas Faber of taking part in killings at three Dutch locations, including the Westerbork transit camp, where Dutch Jews, among them Anne Frank, were held before being sent to concentration camps.
29.05.2012 [TIME] - Dutch prosecutors have said he was convicted for killings at three different Dutch locations in 1944-1945, including six at the Westerbork transit camp, where thousands of Dutch Jews, including Anne Frank, were held before being sent to labor camps or
11.05.2012 [Cambridge News] - “I had never realised that she was Jewish, and the same age as Anne Frank; a Dutch girl of exactly the same age! She was only Jewish several generations back, but enough to be worried that the Germans might come for her and put her to work in a
27.05.2012 [NJ.com] - Once in Holland, her life initially was similar to that of Anne Frank, the 13-year-old Dutch girl whose famous diary recounted two years of hiding from the Nazis with family and friends. But unlike Anne Frank, who was captured and died in a
Here, Zoe Waxman, senior research fellow at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, shares seven interesting things you might not know about Anne Frank and her diary… 1) The most famous diary of all time Anne Frank's diary, originally written in Dutch and published in 1947 in Holland as Het ...