::: ANNE FRANK HOUSE :::
Visiting is an emotional journey into the past . The house is a beautiful moving tribute to this bright wise beyond her years young woman & a Grimm reminder of…
Otto Frank and his second wife Elfriede looking at an album of photos of Anne. This photo was taken in 1979 in Basel (Switzerland). Elfriede, known as ‘Fritzi’, lost her husband and her son in the Holocaust. She and her daughter survived the concentration camps. Otto Frank and Fritzi Markovits are married on 10 November 1953.
Anne Frank Museum - Sandy Springs -The 600 photograph and more than 8,000 word exhibit tells the story of young Anne Frank, from her days of freedom in the 1930s to her hiding with her family in Amsterdam, to her 1945 death in the Bergen-Belson concentration camp. Visitors may watch a 28-minute video, "The Short Life of Anne Frank", She lived from 1929-1945
Anne Frank poses in 1941 in this photo made available by Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In August of 1944, Anne, her family and others who were hiding from the occupying German Security forces, were all captured and shipped off to a series of prisons and concentration camps. Anne died from typhus at age 15 in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, but her posthumously published diary has made her a symbol of all Jews killed in World War II. (AP Photo/Anne Frank House/Frans Dupont)