Annelies "Anne" Marie Frank (?, ; 12 June 1929 early March 1945) was one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Her diary has been the basis for several plays and films. Born in the city of Frankfurt am Main in Weimar Germany, she lived most of her life in or near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Born a German national, Frank lost her citizenship in 1941 when Nazi Germany passed the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws. She gained international fame posthumously after her diary was published. It documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
AnneFrank was a young girl who was caught up in the horror of the Holocaust. She received a diary for her 13th birthday, and began penning the words that would make her forever memorable. Read about her hopes, dreams, fears, and tears. Here are just a few quotes from AnneFrank.
From July 1942 until August 1944, a young girl named AnneFrank kept a diary. Keeping a diary isn't unusual. Lots of girls do. But Anne's diary was unique. It chronicled the two years she and her family spent hiding from the Germans who were determined to annihilate all the Jews in Europe. In this sensitive and thoughtful introduction to the Holocaust and to the life of one of its best known victims, acclaimed author Johanna Hurwitz deftly evokes the background of World War II while capturing the unforgettable spirit and tragedy of Anne's life.From July 1942 until August 1944, a young girl named AnneFrank kept a diary. Keeping a diary isn't unusual. Lots of girls do. But Anne's diary was unique. It chronicled the two years she and her family spent hiding from the Germans who were determined to annihilate all the Jews in Europe. In this sensitive and thoughtful introduction to the Holocaust and to the life of one of its best known victims, acclaimed author Johanna Hurwitz deftly evokes the background of World War II while capturing the unforgettable spirit and tragedy of Anne's life.
VVH-TV News Chief Investigative reporter Karl Grossman interviews Mr. Ed Silverberg of Sag Harbor. Mr. Silverberg as a youngster was in hiding with AnneFrank. He was able to give... - 10.25.2008, Yideoz
01.06.2012 [National Post] - AnneFrank's diary had been translated into English only a few years earlier. And Eli Wiesel's Night had been out for only a year, in its English edition. The word “genocide” was rarely heard, and the term “The Holocaust” had not yet entered the
29.05.2012 [Canadian Jewish News (blog)] - Turkey, in partnership with AnneFrank House in Amsterdam, also plans to host teachers' seminars on the Holocaust in Istanbul. And next year, the first group of Turkish teachers is scheduled to go to Yad Vashem's International School for Holocaust
27.05.2012 [Charlotte Observer] - Another exhibit recreated the small, secret annex where AnneFrank's family lived in hiding with another Jewish family during the Holocaust. Art teacher Beth Knight, who helped create the museum, said she hopes the school's unit on the Holocaust – as
25.05.2012 [SouthCoastToday.com] - Activities from 4-9 pm will include student readings and narratives, multimedia film clips and music selections and portrayals of iconic figures of the time, including AnneFrank, Askar Schlindler and Elie Wiesel. In memory of the victims and in honor
24.05.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - You've won accolades from both the International Association of Crime Writers and the AnneFrank Foundation for your writings on the aftermath of the Holocaust. The Nazi crimes against the Jews play an important role in all your novels. Why is that?
27.05.2012 [NJ.com] - Once in Holland, her life initially was similar to that of AnneFrank, the 13-year-old Dutch girl whose famous diary recounted two years of hiding from the Nazis with family and friends. But unlike AnneFrank, who was captured and died in a
11.05.2012 [Fort Worth Star Telegram] - He was at Bailey Junior High School, where eighth-graders have been studying the history of the Holocaust, writing reports, creating chilling art pieces and reading The Diary of AnneFrank. "Being able to bring a Holocaust survivor in here brings it
The AnneFrank in the World: 1929-1945 Teacher's Guide provides educators with information on available resources to aid in teaching about AnneFrank and the Holocaust. You can also find education tools, activities, lesson plans, and curriculum guides.
Drawing upon the online archives of the U.S. Holocaust Museum, this lesson helps students to put the events described by AnneFrank into historical perspective, and also serves as a broad overview of the Nazi conquest of Europe during World War II.
27.11.2010 by Henry Norr Maybe I should add that I've visited Auschwitz several times, and Treblinka and Majdanek and AnneFrank's house and the Holocaust Museum, and I was deeply moved by all of it. But I've also spent six months in the occupied Palestinian ...
This content resource follows the life and times of AnneFrank through interviews with women who knew her. Students learn about the Holocaust, Frank's life, and complete on-line research activities. Links to other resources are included.