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- Anne Frank House
Official site of the modern-day museum to Anne Frank, who spent two years in hiding while she wrote her diary in the house. Features biography, teaching materials, and rare photographs and film.
- Anne Frank Online
Information from the Anne Frank Center, including a biography illustrated with photographs, diary excerpts, and more.
- Wikipedia: Anne Frank
Overview of the life, writings, and influence of Anne Frank, the Holocaust victim who wrote a diary about her experiences hiding with her family in the Netherlands during World War II.
- Anne Frank Channel - YouTube
Official YouTube channel from the Anne Frank House, with images of Anne Frank, excerpts of interviews with Otto Frank, Miep Gies, and previews of the virtual museum of the Anne Frank House.
- Time 100: Anne Frank
Features an essay by Roger Rosenblatt and links about Anne Frank. From Time Magazine's 100 Heroes & Icons.
- Anne Frank the Writer: An Unfinished Story
Stunning exhibition from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Includes never before published essays, short stories, and fairy tales written by Frank before her capture.
- Anne Frank: An Oasis of Innocence
She has become one of Hitler's most famous victims and a symbol of 10 million murdered.
- Diary of Anne Frank, The (2)
Find sites about The Diary of Anne Frank, the book composed of extracts from a diary written by Anne Frank. Sites include overview, excerpts, study guide, and background info on the diary kept by one of the most renowned and discussed of Holocaust victims.
- Anne Frank: Lessons in Human Rights and Dignity
Examines ways to understand ourselves, analyze prejudice, and deal with conflict, with activities and bibliography, in conjunction with Florida Holocaust Museum.
- Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945 Teacher Workbook
Teacher unit offering lesson plans for various grade levels, resources, timelines, overviews, and more about Anne Frank.
- Anne Frank Remembered@
Find sites on Anne Frank Remembered, a documentary on Holocaust victim Anne Frank. Sites provide overview, reviews, forum, cast, and related links on the winner for Academy Award for Documentary Feature in 1996.