Exposition Anne Frank & Institut culturel de Google Amsterdam , 10/10/2012 Avec une nouvelle exposition en ligne, la Maison d’Anne Frank entame une collaboration avec l'Institut culturel de Google. Archives à l’appui et en partenariat avec des musées renommés, l’Institut présente une collection de récits sur d’importants événements du XXe siècle. Aujourd’hui, 42 expositions, dont l’exposition Anne Frank, sont mises en ligne. L’exposition en ligne Anne Frank: her life, her diary, her legacy place l’histoire d’Anne Frank dans le contexte de l’Allemagne nazie et de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. La collaboration avec l’Institut culturel de Google revêt de l’importance pour la Maison d’Anne Frank étant donné qu’elle s’insère dans le cadre de sa mission : propager l’histoire d’Anne Frank à travers le monde.Avec cette exposition, la Maison d’Anne Frank espère atteindre un public encore plus large et plus jeune. Les pièces importantes de cette exposition en ligne sont :
Video Anne Frank : la petite espérance notice archives video ina.fr Anne Frank Anne Frank was a teen writer who went into hiding during the Holocaust, journaling her experiences in the renowned work The Diary of Anne Frank. Synopsis Born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, Anne Frank lived in Amsterdam with her family during World War II. Early Life Holocaust victim and famous diarist Anne Frank was born Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. The Franks were a typical upper middle-class German-Jewish family living in a quiet, religiously diverse neighborhood near the outskirts of Frankfurt. Due in large part to the harsh sanctions imposed on Germany by the 1919 Treaty of Versailles that ended World War I, the German economy struggled terribly in the 1920s. "I can remember that as early as 1932, groups of Storm Troopers came marching by, singing, 'When Jewish blood splatters from the knife,'" Otto Frank later recalled. The Franks moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands, in the fall of 1933. Nazi Occupation Captured by the Nazis Videos Related Videos
Voices of the Holocaust During the 1930s and 40s, the Nazis and their collaborators murdered six million Jews. Hitler's intention was to destroy all Jewish communities, and to build a 'master race' of Aryans. Many other 'non-aryans' were persecuted including Romanies, homosexuals, and the disabled, as well as those who were politically opposed to the Nazis. This terrible moment in history is now known as the Holocaust. It remains one of the most horrific examples in recent European history of indifference, inhumanity, prejudice and genocide. Voices of the Holocaust consists of oral history testimonies gathered from Jewish men and women who came to live in Britain during or after WWII. Further interviews with Jewish survivors of the Holocaust can be found on the Sounds website. Survivor testimonies Listen to personal stories from Jewish Holocaust survivors, and learn what life was like for Jews during Hitler's reign. Information cards Discover more about the background to the Holocaust. Reference Activities ShareThis
5 Things You Don't Know About Anne Frank and Her Diary 1. Pseudonyms When Anne Frank readied her diary for eventual publication, she created pseudonyms for the people she wrote about in her diary. Although you are familiar with the pseudonyms of Albert Dussel (the real life Freidrich Pfeffer) and Petronella van Daan (the real life Auguste van Pels) because these pseudonyms appear in most published versions of the diary, do you know what pseudonym Anne chose for herself? Even though Anne had chosen pseudonyms for everyone hiding in the Annexe, when it came time to publish the diary after the war, Otto Frank decided to keep the pseudonyms for the other four people in the Annexe but to use the real names of his own family. In case you are curious, Anne chose the pseudonyms Betty Robin for Margot Frank, Frederik Robin for Otto Frank, and Nora Robin for Edith Frank. 2. In nearly every published version of Anne Frank's diary, each diary entry begins with "Dear Kitty." 3. 4. It is unclear exactly when or how this second notebook was lost. 5.
The Diary of a Young Girl The Diary of a Young Girl (also known as The Diary of Anne Frank) is a book of the writings from the Dutch language diary kept by Anne Frank while she was in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. The family was apprehended in 1944 and Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The diary was retrieved by Miep Gies, who gave it to Anne's father, Otto Frank, the only known survivor of the family. The diary has now been published in more than 60 different languages. Anne named her diary "Kitty". Anne had a very close relationship with her father, lack of daughterly love for her mother (with whom she felt she had nothing in common), and admiration for her sister's intelligence and sweet nature. Anne Frank's compositions In manuscript, Anne Frank's original diaries are written over three extant volumes. Editorial history At the end of 1950, a translator was found to produce an English-language version.
Anne Frank’s Diary Published Otto Frank, the only member of his family to survive the Holocaust, returned home from the Auschwitz concentration camp after it was liberated by Russian troops in early January 1945. He soon found the diary of his younger daughter, Anne. Written in Dutch while her family was in hiding from the Gestapo, Anne Frank’s diary tells the story of a young woman’s internal struggle to understand and cope with Nazi occupation and anti-Semitism. Otto recalled in the 1960s how he felt reading the diary for the first time: “For me, it was a revelation. There, was revealed a completely different Anne to the child that I had lost. I had no idea of the depths of her thoughts and feelings.” He began typing the diary into German and sharing it with family and close friends, who convinced him to share it with the world. “Precocious in style and insight, it traces her emotional growth amid adversity,” writes Michael Berenbaum, former director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Anne Frank and Her Diary: Time Line | World War II Remembered Student Activity WWII Home / Anne Frank Home Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who lived and died during the Holocaust. The Frank family hid from the Nazis for two long years in a Secret Annex at the back of a warehouse. During that time, Anne kept a diary in which she not only wrote about the horrors of war but the everyday problems of being a teenager. Fifty years after Anne's father published The Diary of Anne Frank, it has become the world's best-known memoir of the Holocaust. If you want to know more about Anne Frank or the Holocaust, be sure to check out our Holocaust and World War II resources. June 12, 1929: Anneliese Marie, or Anne, is born in Frankfurt, Germany. Summer 1933: Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany. May 10, 1940: The German army invades the Netherlands. June 12, 1942:Anne receives a diary for her 13th birthday. July 5, 1942:Anne's older sister, Margot, receives a call-up notice to report for deportation to a forced-labor camp. January 6, 1945:Edith Frank dies at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Anne Frank: Facts and Information | Primary Facts Here are some facts about Anne Frank, the famous young Jewish diarist who was tragically killed during the Holocaust. Anne was born on 12th June 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany.Her father was called Otto and her mother was called Edith. She had an older sister called Margot.Anne’s family were ‘liberal Jews’. They didn’t live in a Jewish-only community and they didn’t strictly follow all of the Jewish customs.Following the elections in Germany of 1933, which were won by the Nazi Party (led by Adolf Hitler), the Franks moved to Amsterdam in order to escape the antisemitic (anti-Jewish) feelings that were being promoted by the Nazis.In Amsterdam, Anne started to develop a love of reading and writing.In May 1940, the Netherlands was invaded by Germany.
Miep Gies :: en Anne Frank Who Was Anne Frank? During the two years and one month Anne Frank spent hiding in a Secret Annex in Amsterdam during World War II, she kept a diary. Anne Frank's diary, which was published by her father after the war and has been read by millions of people around the world, chronicles both the tensions and difficulties of living in such a confined space for that long a duration as well as Anne's struggles with becoming a teenager. Since the publication of her diary, Anne Frank has become a symbol of the children that were murdered in the Holocaust. Dates: June 12, 1929 -- March 1945 Also Known As: Annelies Marie Frank The Move to Amsterdam Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany as the second child of Otto and Edith Frank. The Franks were a middle-class, liberal Jewish family whose ancestors had lived in Germany for centuries. The Franks quickly settled into life in Amsterdam. The Nazis Arrive in Amsterdam On May 10, 1940, Germany attacked the Netherlands. Going Into Hiding