Topic: Anne Frank House
Hans Westra, executive director of the Anne Frank House in the Netherlands, says the dreams of the world-famous Jewish girl who died in the Holocaust came to be tied up in the 150-year-old chestnut, which came down in stormy weather.
08/24/2010 02:37 pm
Anne Frank was cheered by the monumental chestnut tree while she was hiding from the Nazis. Frank's recollection of the tree can be found in the Feb. 23, 1944 entry in 'The Diary of Anne Frank.'
08/23/2010 02:09 pm
The various pieces of Anne Frank's diary are finally being exhibited together in the Amsterdam building where she wrote them.
04/29/2010 01:08 pm
Miep Gies, the office secretary who defied Nazi occupiers to hide Anne Frank and her family for two years, and who saved the teenager’s diary, died Tuesday. After the Anne Frank's diary was published, Gies tirelessly promoted tolerance.
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