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  • Exhibition catalogue in Japanese, Anne Frank in the World.

    Anne Frank.

  • Genealogical researchers discovered in Mormon baptism records the name of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl who chronicled her family's hiding from the Nazis before being captured and sent to Auschwitz.


  • Most of you know the name Anne Frank, one of eight Dutch Jews who hid from Nazis for two years behind a false wall above an Amsterdam business before a traitor revealed their hiding place.

    Biblical Recorder

  • And maybe I have a headache because Auslander clearly wants to lampoon identity politics, as well as the acutely understandable Jewish sense of victimization, by sending up Anne Frank, aka, as she says here, "Miss Holocaust, 1945."


  • Now a memoir by Jacqueline Van Maarsen, described as Anne Frank's best friend Jopie in "The Diary of Anne Frank," is being adapted into a feature film.


  • And that any idea that could be described as 'Anne Frank's Diary meets Team America - World Police' was probably best filed in the bin.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • As head of ABC's TV-movie division, she brought the network some of its biggest successes, including "Life With Judy Garland," "Anne Frank," "The Three Stooges" and a remake of "Brian's Song."

    A New Life Lyne?

  • It also shares stories of relationships between midwesterners and the war, such as Anne Frank's Iowa pen pal. - MORE NEWS

  • My mother and I loved artists and famous people who suffered from horrible afflictions, like Beethoven, Joan of Arc, Frida Kahlo, Anne Frank.

    The Memory Palace

  • The Anne Frank's Diary of the Iraq War as chronicled by a 25 year old woman from Baghdad who went from Yuppie tech worker to refugee in Syria.

    Gail Vida Hamburg: As Iraq War Memory Fades, the Art Endures


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