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Holocaust institutions

The Auschwitz-monument in Amsterdam's Wertheimpark. © ANP
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Part of the mission of the Anne Frank House is to encourage reflection on the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy. In this overview you will find Holocaust museums and institutions in English speaking countries that focus on similar themes and issues in their educational work, teaching resources and permanent and temporary exhibitions.

BBC History website

This comprehensive site covers British and world history. You can also find information about the 2010 BBC series 'The Diary of Anne Frank'.

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British Library

This site 'explores the world's knowledge'. The Learning History pages include 'Voices of the Holocaust' which have several pages dedicated to Anne Frank.

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Holocaust Centre

The Holocaust Centre provides a range of facilities for people to explore the history and implications of the Holocaust.

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Jewish Museum London

This museum celebrates Jewish life and cultural diversity. It explores Jewish heritage and identity as part of the wider story of Britain.

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Imperial War Museum London

The Imperial War Museum covers conflicts, especially those involving Britain and the Commonwealth, from World War 1 to the present day.

The Holocaust Exhibition traces the Nazi persecution and murder of Europe's Jews from 1933 to 1945.

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Holocaust Educational Trust

The Holocaust Educational Trust works with schools, colleges and communities across the UK to educate about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance.

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Holocaust Memorial Day Trust

The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust is the charity which promotes and supports Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January).

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Wiener Library London

The Wiener Library is the world's oldest Holocaust archive and Britain's largest collection on the Nazi era. The Wiener Library is one of the world's leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era.

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Manchester Jewish Museum

Specifically chronicles the lives of Jews in Manchester and their contributions to the city.

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Amnesty International UK

Amnesty International UK works to protect men, women and children wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied.

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Scottish Jewish Archives Centre

The Scottish Jewish Archives Centre aims to document and illustrate the religious, organisational, social, economic, political, cultural and family life of Jews in Scotland since the eighteenth century.

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