April 29: In Amsterdam, Matt Lauer visits the Anne Frank House and speaks to head of collections Teresien da Silva about the young girl whose diary has been translated into dozens... - 04.29.2008, MSNBC
30.05.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - You have to visit the Anne Frank House – because it tells the terribly sad story of the poor little Jewish girl who, of course, met such a tragic end during the German occupation. Everyone who goes should learn about the terrible suffering experienced
29.05.2012 [Canadian Jewish News (blog)] - Turkey, in partnership with Anne Frank 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
28.05.2012 [CNN] - Just around the corner is another opportunity to contemplate the meaning of freedom: the Anne Frank House, where the world-famous diary was penned while Frank hid in a secret annex. Next, top off the afternoon with a cold one (or three) at some of
25.05.2012 [New York Times] - Unlike other sites associated with horrific events — the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam or ground zero in Manhattan — there was little context, just a tiny memorial, a sparse landscape and the grim theater of the guide. Some fellow travelers asked him
25.05.2012 [VentureBeat] - I took the train from Schipol airport into the city, picked up a ride on a canal boat, dawdled through the ancient streets by the Oude Kerk, and toured the Anne Frank house. But did I see the best of Amsterdam? Hard to say. Yahoo, which seems to be on
27.11.2010 by Henry Norr Maybe I should add that I've visited Auschwitz several times, and Treblinka and Majdanek and Anne Frank'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 ...