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Definitions

  1. Anne Frank is a name that has become synonymous with the evils of Nazi Germany and their terrible and vile treatment of the Jews.
  2. Anne Frank is a widow in this scenario, her beloved husband of four decades having passed away. (Web site)
  3. Anne Frank was a young girl whose life comes alive when reading her story, The Dairy of Anne Frank. (Web site)
  4. Anne Frank was born in Germany in 1929.
  5. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl is an Autobiography of a young girl who tells of the time during the Holocaust. (Web site)

Frank House

  1. In June 2007, Anne Frank's cousin, Bernhard "Buddy" Elias, donated some 25,000 family documents, including letters and photos, to the Anne Frank House.
  2. Reconstruction of the bookcase that covered the entrance to the hiding place, in the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. (Web site)
  3. The Anne Frank House, as it is called, is one of the main tourist attractions in Amsterdam.
  4. Teresien da Silva of the Anne Frank House, and Anne Frank's cousin Bernhard "Buddy" Elias also contributed to the restoration project. (Web site)
  5. The Hiding Place-3 - the official Anne Frank House website An eighth person joins them in November 1942: Fritz Pfeffer, an acquaintance of the Frank family. (Web site)

Anne Frank

  1. In June 2007, Anne Frank's cousin, Bernhard "Buddy" Elias, donated some 25,000 family documents, including letters and photos, to the Anne Frank House. (Web site)
  2. In Anne Frank's posthumously published diary all names apart from those of the Frank family were changed to preserve the privacy of those mentioned.
  3. When interviewed, Silberbauer readily admitted his role, and identified Anne Frank from a photograph as one of the people arrested.
  4. July 9 - Holocaust: Anne Frank 's family goes into hiding in an attic above her father's office in an Amsterdam warehouse. (Web site)
  5. The "Gerechtelijk Laboratorium" itself found only two slips of paper in ballpoint ink which had been inserted in Anne Frank's loose leaf manuscript.

Franks

  1. For a better, easier-to-read account of Anne Frank's life and tragic demise, Johanna Hurwitz's Anne Frank: Life in Hiding (Jewish Pubn. (Web site)
  2. From May 1942 until she went into hiding, Anne Frank wore a yellow star, separating her from the rest of the Dutch population. (Web site)
  3. Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a GermanJewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust.
  4. There she was reunited with Margot and Anne Frank, who had been there several weeks.
  5. Werner Pfeffer was Fritz Pfeffer's son and was approximately the same age as Anne Frank. (Web site)

Otto Frank

  1. Anne Frank 1929-1945], followed in 2002 by her Het verborgen leven van Otto Frank [The hidden life of Otto Frank].
  2. CLAIM: Anne Frank 's diary is a forgery written by her father, Otto Frank, for monetary gain.
  3. Anne Frank's Jewish parents Edith and Otto Frank perceive that there is no future in Germany for themselves and their children. (Web site)
  4. Anne Frank formed a close bond with each of the helpers and Otto Frank later recalled that she had anticipated their daily visits with impatient enthusiasm.
  5. Anne Frank Otto Frank, Anne’s father, described his thoughts upon reading the diary for the first time in a 1968 speech.

Young Girl

  1. The first American edition was published in 1952 under the title Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. (Web site)
  2. It tells the tale of a young girl, Anne Frank and the struggles she went throught during the rise of Nazism in the Second World War.
  3. The first American edition was published in 1952 under the title Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and was positively reviewed.
  4. Anne Frank 's Diary of a Young Girl was published after she died in The Holocaust and translated from Dutch to all major languages.
  5. Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl is among the most enduring documents of the twentieth century.

Read

  1. I've read the "Diary Of Anne Frank" loads of times & its a sad story. (Web site)
  2. Pass out individual copies of Terrible Things (reproduced from the resource pages of Teaching the Diary of Anne Frank) and read the story aloud.
  3. I read the first 12-15 pages in 5th grade and then moved to another state where I was enrolled in a school that did not use Anne Frank in their curriculum.

Concentration Camp

  1. Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank.
  2. Anne Frank, teenage diarist from Amsterdam, held 7 weeks at Auschwitz, transferred to Bergen-Belsen where she died of Typhus.
  3. Anne Frank and her family go into hiding with the Van Daans and Mr. Dussel.
  4. For example, Willy Lindwer's book, The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank, is a much more detailed and more engaging book about the events after the arrest.
  5. At the beginning of this book, Anne Frank and her family go to hide out in a secret annex to avoid being taken to the concentration camps by the Nazis. (Web site)

Van

  1. When he joined the Franks in hiding, Peter was sixteen, and Anne Frank was thirteen.
  2. Anne Frank and her family go into hiding with the Van Daans and Mr. Dussel.
  3. Last check: 2007-10-18) Peter Van Pels hid in the attic with Anne Frank and died in the camps just before liberation. (Web site)

Frank Family

  1. Miep Gies was one of those who attempted to hide Anne Frank and her family. (Web site)
  2. Jan and Meip Geis hid Anne Frank and her family in Holland, until they were denounced by a neighbor.
  3. Anne Frank remembered: the story of the woman who helped to hide the Frank family. (Web site)
  4. In 1933, at the age of four, Anne Frank and her family fled from the Nazis in Germany and sought safe haven in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. (Web site)

Pulitzer Prize

  1. They also won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama for their original play The Diary of Anne Frank. (Web site)
  2. In 1995 Doubleday published The Definitive Edition, on the fiftieth anniversary of Anne Frank's death. (Web site)
  3. A theatrical version of The Diary of Anne Frank opened on Broadway in 1955, winning the Pulitzer Prize.
  4. Anne Frank formed a close bond with each of the helpers and Otto Frank later recalled that she'd anticipated their daily visits with impatient enthusiasm.

Amsterdam

  1. Anne Frank, teenage diarist from Amsterdam, held 7 weeks at Auschwitz, transferred to Bergen-Belsen where she died of Typhus.
  2. March. Anne Frank and her sister, Margot, die of sickness and starvation at Bergen-Belsen. (Web site)
  3. Anne Frank and Elizabeth Cassuto were both Jewish girls that lived in Holland. (Web site)
  4. In 1995 Doubleday published The Definitive Edition, on the fiftieth anniversary of Anne Frank's death. (Web site)
  5. Anne Frank Otto Frank, Anne’s father, described his thoughts upon reading the diary for the first time in a 1968 speech.

Helpers

  1. The individual fates of the other occupants of the Achterhuis, their helpers, and other people associated with Anne Frank, are discussed further.
  2. Anne Frank's diaries are filled with descriptions of the helpers and their acts of kindness. (Web site)

Bergen-Belsen

  1. Margot and Anne Frank were transported from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen at the end of October 1944. (Web site)
  2. Anne Frank, as a child she fled from Nazi Germany to the Netherlands.
  3. Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank.
  4. Today if you visit the site of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp you can see a memorial to Anne Frank and her sister Margot. (Web site)
  5. A short time later, Anne Frank without any family, malnourished, suffering from cold and typhus, died in the barracks at Bergen-Belsen. (Web site)

Holocaust

  1. September 2 - Holocaust: Diarist Anne Frank and her family are placed on the last transport train from Westerbork to Auschwitz.
  2. Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a GermanJewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust.
  3. Hanneli survived the Holocaust and moved to Israel, where she still lives in 1995, often speaking about Anne Frank and the Holocaust. (Web site)

Diary

  1. Kem Knapp Sawyer explores Anne Frank's life in Amsterdam and then shows how her life changed as she was forced to hide in the secret annex. (Web site)
  2. If you love history I would recommend that you read this book because it educates the reader about the Holocaust and Anne Frank.
  3. July 9 - Holocaust: Anne Frank 's family goes into hiding in an attic above her father's office in an Amsterdam warehouse.
  4. While hiding here, Anne Frank, a Jewish victim of the Nazis, wrote her famous diary, which has been translated into fifty-five (55) languages. (Web site)
  5. Finally, Anne Frank for writing inside a diary.

Discussed

  1. Anne Frank has been acknowledged for the quality of her writing, and has become one of the most renowned and most discussed victims of the Holocaust.
  2. The individual fates of the other occupants of the Achterhuis, their helpers, and other people associated with Anne Frank, are discussed further.

Entries

  1. One of the entries Anne Frank wrote was about a conversation about how they would be together when they were older.
  2. The missing diary entries contain critical remarks by Anne Frank about her parents' strained marriage, and shows Anne's lack of affection for her mother [4].

Birthday

  1. For her 13th birthday the German-born Anne Frank received a diary which she named Kitty. (Web site)
  2. The diary, which was given to Anne Frank on her thirteenth birthday, chronicles her life from June 12, 1942 until August 1, 1944.
  3. June 12 - Holocaust: Future essayist Anne Frank receives a diary for her thirteenth birthday.
  4. Born in 1929, Anne Frank received a blank diary on her 13th birthday, just weeks before she and her family went into hiding in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. (Web site)
  5. A biography of Anne Frank's life from her thirteenth birthday to the publication of her book. (Web site)

Foundation

  1. Though Anne Frank only lived to the age of fifteen, her inspirational childhood is perhaps the best known in history. (Web site)
  2. The "Gerechtelijk Laboratorium" itself found only two slips of paper in ballpoint ink which had been inserted in Anne Frank's loose leaf manuscript.
  3. Anne Frank Foundation - (Administers the copyright to Anne Frank's writings) Introduction to the diaries; contact information.
  4. The Secret Annexe still exists, maintained by the Anne Frank Foundation, and thousands of people visit each year. (Web site)
  5. A feature-length documentary biography depicting the life and death of Anne Frank has been created by British Academy Award-winning director Jon Blair. (Web site)

Biography

  1. There is a biography of Anne Frank also - by Melissa Muller, 1998 or so.
  2. ISBN 0670913316 Biography of Anne Frank's father, drawing on many previously unpublished sources and venturing a new suspect as the betrayer. (Web site)

Nazi

  1. In the same interview he questioned the scale of the Nazis' use of gas chambers and the authenticity of Anne Frank's diary. (Web site)
  2. Anne Frank and her family, fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation, hid in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse for two years. (Web site)
  3. Victor Kugler (June 5, 1900-December 16, 1981) was one of the people who helped hide Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. (Web site)
  4. Born in the waning years of the democratic Weimar Republic, Anne Frank was only four years old when Hitler and the Nazi Party ascended to power. (Web site)
  5. In 1933, at the age of four, Anne Frank and her family fled from the Nazis in Germany and sought safe haven in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Center

  1. An extensive Anne Frank bibliography is available at the Wiesenthal Center site. (Web site)
  2. Today the house in Prinsengracht is an international youth center known as the Anne Frank House. (Web site)
  3. Please contact the Anne Frank Center USA for more information: 800-246-3381 Schools and institutions can fax purchase orders to (212) 431-8375. (Web site)

Writing

  1. In her writing, Anne Frank examined her relationships with the members of her family, and the strong differences in each of their personalities.
  2. Anne Frank has been acknowledged for the quality of her writing, and has become one of the most renowned and discussed of Holocaust victims.
  3. We know that Anne Frank wrote her diary in the form of letters.

Edition

  1. Compares three versions of the diary; the original notes, the version revised by Anne Frank, and the final edition as it appeared in English.
  2. A recent critical edition Anne Frank's diary compares her original entries with her father's edited versions.

Critical

  1. The diary of Anne Frank : the revised critical edition.
  2. It was followed by the 1959 movie The Diary of Anne Frank, which was a critical and commercial success. (Web site)
  3. Compares three versions of the diary; the original notes, the version revised by Anne Frank, and the final edition as it appeared in English.
  4. If you would like to know all about Anne Frank's diaries and loose sheets, I would recommend that you check into the "Critical Edition" of her diary.
  5. The missing diary entries contain critical remarks by Anne Frank about her parents' strained marriage, and show Anne's lack of affection for her mother.

Secret Annexe

  1. Anne Frank, her family, a dentist, and another family travel to the "Secret Annexe" to stay hidden from the Germans.
  2. Hiding from the Nazis in the "Secret Annexe" of an old office building in Amsterdam, a thirteen-year-old girl named Anne Frank became a writer.

Secret

  1. Winters donated her statuette to the Anne Frank House.
  2. Anne Frank shares a small room in the secret annexe with him for over eighteen months.
  3. Last check: 2007-08-20) Anne Frank was born in Germany in 1929. (Web site)
  4. People associated with Anne Frank Auguste van Pels answered her, and remembered Hannah from peacetime in Amsterdam.
  5. She also wrote the afterward for the Melissa M--ller biography of Anne Frank. (Web site)

Song

  1. Song: Wind beneath my wings Anne Frank the whole story was directed by Melissa Muller and is owned by buena vista.
  2. With the song Iris, by the Goo Goo Dolls, here is my tribute for anne frank.

Diary Anne

  1. Among the accusations was a claim that the diary had been written by Meyer Levin,[64] and that Anne Frank had not really existed.
  2. In her writing, Anne Frank examined her relationships with the members of her family, and the strong differences in each of their personalities.
  3. It was followed by the 1959 movie The Diary of Anne Frank, which was a critical and commercial success.
  4. Silberbauer's confession helped discredit claims that The Diary of Anne Frank was a forgery.
  5. A 6 page paper which discusses how Anne Frank, in "The Diary of Anne Frank," demonstrates growth and maturity as the text progresses. (Web site)

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