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Foreword By Ronald Leopold, executive director

My first year as executive director of the Anne Frank House is now behind me: it was both a unique and exciting year...

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Museum Many visitors and lots of groups.

The Anne Frank House received a record number of visitors in 2011...

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Temporary Exhibitions In 2011 in the Anne Frank House

Every six months, a new exhibition is put on display at the Anne Frank House...

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Online The Secret Annex Online and the Anne Frank Timeline

In the three-dimensional virtual environment The Secret Annex Online visitors can explore – via their computers – the…

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Anne Frank’s Amsterdam New website with unique footage

In October, the Anne Frank House presented a new Dutch website Het Amsterdam van Anne Frank (Anne Frank’s Amsterdam)...

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Eyewitness Accounts A personal and in-depth look at the history of the Frank family.

The Anne Frank House has documented the stories of people who were acquainted with the Frank family, the other inhabitants of…

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Education Educational programmes and products for an international audience.

The Anne Frank House develops educational programmes and products for an international audience about Anne Frank, World War…

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Holocaust Education Teacher trainings and international conferences.

Every year, the Anne Frank House organises trainings at home and abroad on teaching about the Holocaust and participates in…

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Travelling Exhibitions All over the world

The international travelling exhibition Anne Frank - A History for Today places the story of Anne Frank against the backdrop…

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Anne Frank’s Manuscripts Scientific Research

The Huygens Institute for Netherlands History (Huygens ING) and the Anne Frank House have agreed to cooperate on a new…

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Anne Frank House Mission and partners

The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation entrusted with the care of the Secret Annex, the place where Anne Frank…

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Comments (5)

i am looking at pictures of anne frank and i feel a pain of sadness its makes me wanna cry my eyes are tearing up it is so sad

verna, 21 - Dominica - 11 Jun 2013 Comment on: Museum

i think that i should be happy with what iv got to be 12 in england i think that anne frank lived such a horrible life at her age through what she went thourgh i think that parents that read this should show there childern hhow lucky they are not to live when the war was right over them it is to thimks how horrible it was for anne frank to have to grow up so fast if only she was not jewish that would not of happen to her if only she lived a happy life that was still told but not as tradik as that well i thought of righting this comment because i would off done anyting to keep anne frank alive so she could still tell her storys in 2012 september 15 the day i thought about anne frank and how she lived then i could not bear to live that way every day of my life... well it got me to think and when i grow up i wont to be a writer just like anne franks so that people can read my diary in till then frar well

molly, 12 - londen - Europa Island - 16 Sep 2012 Comment on: Anne Frank House

These are excllent ideas

W Eddleman, 36 - Durham - United States - 4 Jun 2012 Comment on: Anne Frank’s Manuscripts

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