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US Holocaust Museum Jul 6
in 1942, and her family went into hiding. For more than two years, Anne did not feel the sun on her face. Anne certainly despaired while hidden in the "Secret Annex." But through her diary, she inspired millions with her enduring hope and faith in humanity.
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Brian Spencer Jul 13
Anne Frank’s House was not preserved as a memory of her, but as a warning to the future.
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Anne Frank House Jul 6
in 1942, the Frank family goes into hiding. A few days later, wrote about being in hiding in her diary. ‘Of course we can't ever look out the window or go outside. And we have to be quiet, so the people downstairs can't hear us.’
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Anne Frank House 17h
in 1944, wrote one of her most . What does Anne Frank mean to you? Share it with us!
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Ember Starr 16h
, remembering , her courage, and how important it is to love one another...
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Lasrin Florae Jul 11
Today I read and Het Achterhuis (comic edition) by for the . I cheated a bit cause I started reading THUG last week but still. I finished two books 😁✨
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Anne Frank House Jul 13
in 1942, Hermann and Auguste van Pels, and their 17 year old son Peter, joined and her family in their hiding place. At first, Anne did not like Peter much. Yet over time, they developed a , fell in and shared their first .
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Jed Carosaari Jul 11
Please contact any you know and house them in any hidden compartments in your house.
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Marie Nicole Green Jul 12
"Terrible things are happening outside. At any time of night and day, poor helpless people are being dragged out of their homes... Families are torn apart; men, women and children are separated
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Vanessa Powell Jul 7
Ripping of the pages of in private schools in is wrong. Children should be able to read whatever stories they like.
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baddreamworld Jul 7
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Maisie Wharton Jul 7
Read Anne Frank's diary and performed a piece from it so this trip meant so much. Such a sad story. Let it never happen again!
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A Travel Companion Jul 14
: Resist going straight to 's House and visit this museum first
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1000s of Free Books 17h
This brilliant quote has everything to set the stage for a productive week ahead!
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Abi Jul 10
Did this quiz on Facebook and got and it has really annoyed me because she is a child that died in the holocaust and it is completely inappropriate, disgusting and disrespectful to use her in this context. I may be overreacting i am not sure.
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Gillian Walnes 2h
Delighted that Los Altos CA Mayor @lynetteleeeng will follow many world leaders and city mayors & sign Declaration Tuesday 1.00pm at Los Altos Historical Museum
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Rebekah Buchanan 13h
These stumbling stones are all over Europe. We’ve seen them in most cities we’ve been to, including Oslo. We took a special trip for these. They’re at their house not the annex. @…
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BASI Pilates UK 22h
The final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands. Anne Frank
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Raising Idas Jul 14
Replying to @RepSpeier
Just in case y’all forgot, it wasn’t gas chambers that killed & her sister in the . It was TYPHUS. One of the same diseases running rampant in the concentration camps on the US border. Never again my ass. It’s happening right now.
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Gerbert Kunst Jul 13
Come see the Frank Exhibition at this summer. The Netherlands keeps the story and lessons of alive through the travelling exhibition “A History for Today”.
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