23.11.2011 [WhatsOnStage.com] - Souvenir d'AnneFrank on 21 and 22 March is an Ensemble presentation concerned with a young Japanese girl and the rose named for the Dutch Jewish girl who died in a concentration camp just before the end of the Second World War.
Teaching resource for the English and Welsh National Curriculum. Includes: Resources for studying citizenship Studying citizenship What is citizenship? Citizenship in Key Stage 3 Citizenship in Key Stage 4 Attainment targets AnneFrank and citizenship Racism today Finding out about and describing racism Understanding and responding to racism Making a difference Politics is boring… Resources for studying English and literacy Speaking and listening Reading Writing Activities for KS2/KS3 Learning with AnneFrank’s diary - literacy and history for KS2/KS3 Activities for KS3 and KS4/GCSE English coursework Resources for studying history Learning with AnneFrank’s diary - literacy and history for KS2/KS3 AnneFrank and the Holocaust The Rise of Hitler The White Rose movement Holocaust denial Hot war, cold war How and why did the Holocaust happen? The rôle of the individual Tasks for GCSE students Resources for studying media Studying media Josef Goebbels and Nazi propaganda Nazism in films Resources for studying modern foreign languages Studying modern foreign languages Tasks for language students Resources in the Dutch language Resources in the French language Resources in the German language Resources in other languages Resources for studying religious education Studying religious education AnneFrank, justice and freedom AnneFrank, hopes and fears Resources for studying cross-curricular themes Studying cross-curricular themes
Annelies "Anne" Marie Frank (?, ; 12 June 1929 early March 1945) was one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Her diary has been the basis for several plays and films. Born in the city of Frankfurt am Main in Weimar Germany, she lived most of her life in or near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Born a German national, Frank lost her citizenship in 1941 when Nazi Germany passed the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws. She gained international fame posthumously after her diary was published. It documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
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April 29: In Amsterdam, Matt Lauer visits the AnneFrank House and speaks to head of collections Teresien da Silva about the young girl whose diary has been translated into dozens... - 29.04.2008, MSNBC
24.11.2011 [Jewish Chronicle] - Visitors to Amsterdam next month will be given a unique chance to see where AnneFrank and her family lived before their lives were torn apart by the Nazis. More than a million tourists every year go to the Anne
24.11.2011 [Evening Standard] - Now the story of Spiegelman's Polish-Jewish parents, Anja and Vladek, has become one of the privileged testimonies of the genre, like Primo Levi's If This Is a Man or the diaries of AnneFrank, raised above other voices and speaking representatively
17.11.2011 [Runcorn and Widnes Weekly News] - A group of 35 pupils from Years 9 and 10 and four staff visited AnneFrank's home – where the young Jewish girl and her family hid from the Nazis for two years before being betrayed and sent to a concentration camp where she died.
16.11.2011 [East Anglian Daily Times] - Souvenir D'AnneFrank is the beautiful story of the Souvenir D'AnneFrank rose, told in song and music by Ensemble. Live piano, violin and cello weave through this new work in a unique music and theatre fusion. The rose is only grown in Japan and is
For someone like me, it is a very strange habit to write in a diary. Not only that I have never written before, but it strikes me that later neither I, nor anyone else, will care for the outpouring of a thirteen year old schoolgirl.
08.11.2011 [TravelBite.co.uk] - It's hard to imagine while walking the city's picture-postcard streets, but a visit to the secret rooms where AnneFrank and her family hid for more than two years helps you to grasp a hint of this dark side of Amsterdam. The best part for me was the
18.11.2011 [Islington Tribune newspaper website] - She lists her heroes as Martin Luther King, Desmond Tutu and AnneFrank. She adds that she owes her career to her tough father, a Jewish Lithuanian immigrant who married an Irish woman. When she was 14, the family came to England from Cork