The Anne Frank House is shocked that pages have been torn out of over 200 copies of Anne Frank’s Diary in libraries across Tokyo.

Anne Frank’s Diary in Japan

Travelling exhib. Osaka 2012
Visitor at the opening of the travelling Anne Frank exhibition in Osaka, February 2012.

The Anne Frank House is shocked that pages have been torn out of over 200 copies of Anne Frank’s Diary in libraries across Tokyo.  We are very keen to know the full facts of this destructive action.

In Japan, countless people are interested in the history of Anne Frank and her diary.  Every year tens of thousands of Japanese visit the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the place where Anne Frank was hiding and where she wrote her diary during World War II.

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