was born in Germany but her family fled to the Netherlands to escape the Nazi takeover.
The Anne Frank
story, Silverman told Tablet, inspired her plan to hide refugees in people's homes if their deportation becomes a reality.
The comic book, referred to as a graphic diary by its developers, was produced in cooperation with the Anne Frank
Foundation, or fonds -- the organization that Anne's father, Otto, entrusted with preserving her memory -- contains colorful illustrations both of realities described in the book, including the teen's difficult relationship with her mother and sister, and her dreams and fantasies.
Organized by the United Nations Education Outreach Section, From Desperation to Inspiration: The Seventieth Anniversary of the Anne Frank
Diary aims to increase students awareness of the Holocaust and its devastating impact on the Jewish community while helping them understand the plight of refugees and migrants in todays world.
Some of our Year 6 pupils are being trained as Anne Frank
Ambassadors, and an exhibition on Anne Frank
will be displayed in the school all week.
House QUESTIONS Anne Frank
know about her?
amp;nbsp;"After the war, Otto Frank merged, or compiled, the two versions of the diary that Anne Frank
left, that were both incomplete and that partly overlapped, into one reader-friendly version," Yves Kugelmann, a member of the board of the foundation's trustees, said earlier this year, the Guardian reported.
Now in it's 10th year, the Anne Frank
Trust's flagship exhibition, Anne Frank
and You, is in the city for a month - it is on now and runs until July 15 - at Eastside's Millennium Point.
It was very poignant to have our girls, who are a similar age to Anne Frank
when she died at 15 in Bergen-Belsen, telling her story to other young people.
Told from the perspective of the tree that stood outside the Secret Annex, where Anne Frank
hid from the Nazis, this commemorative book provides a child-friendly version of the Franks' story.
80 Years: A Memorial Tour in Current Images
Jansen is a 298 page compendium relating the life and circumstances of Anne Frank
by Ronald Wilfred Jansen who visited her home addresses in Frankfurt am Main, Aachen and Amsterdam; her hiding place the Secret Annex; and the Westerbork, Auschwitz-Birkenau and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps where Anne Frank