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The Anne Frank Foundation has compiled the questions asked by children and young people over several years. In this book we answer the questions asked most frequently about Anne Frank, the persecution of Jews and World War II.
The magazine ‘Anne’s World’, featuring a fold-out timeline, gives detailed answers to the questions asked by many visitors to the Anne Frank House. Also suitable as source material for school presentations and projects.
Anne Frank keeps her diary from 12 June 1943 to 1 August 1944. Anne Frank’s diary can be bought in 24 language versions in this online shop.
Anne Frank keeps her diary from 12 June 1942 to 1 August 1944. Anne Frank’s diary can be bought in 24 language versions in this online shop.
Anne Frank, dreaming, thinking, writing provides an accurate picture of Anne’s life and shows how she changed from a girl who dreamt of a Hollywood career to a serious writer with a sharp pen.
Is a more detailed introduction to the thirteen people rendered unforgettable by Anne Frank’s diary – the people in hiding: and the helpers.
The construction kit is intended for young and old (from ten years) and is available in seven different language versions in the museum bookshop. (1:60 scale - 16 cut-out cardboard sheets - 60 parts)
Antisemitism: Past and Present explores many facets of antisemitism; a complex phenomenon with its own history that, unfortunately, still rears its ugly head today. The book is suitable for both a broad audience and for use in education.
Deluxe bound edition of the museum catalogue. Color, hardbound in linen with bookmark, 268 pages, 12.5 x 9.5 in., 400 photos. Also available in Dutch, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Japanese [32 x 24.5cm]
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Provides a good overall impression of the Anne Frank House and its history. Color, 254 pages, 6.5 x 4.5 in., 200 photos. Also available in Dutch, German, Spanish, Hebrew, French, Italian and Japanese [16.7 x 12 cm]