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Newsletter, 11 October 2012

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  New Anne Frank exhibition
‘So I’m now fifteen’


The new exhibition in the Anne Frank House, ‘So I’m now fifteen’ – Photos, letters and books of Anne Frank, was opened today. The exhibition focuses on the short life of Anne Frank (1929-1945), and features one or more photos, letters and books from each year of her life. Some have only recently been acquired by the museum, and are being shown in public for the first time. Hanneli Pick-Goslar, a Holocaust survivor and friend of Anne Frank, opened the exhibition, and spoke of her friendship with Anne Frank.

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Google Cultural Institute

The new online exhibit Anne Frank: her life, her diary, her legacy places the story of Anne Frank in the context of Nazi Germany and the Second World War. It has been specially created for the Google Cultural Institute.

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Anne and Zef

The play Anne and Zef is based partially on Anne Frank's diary and presents two children who refuse to give up in spite of extreme conditions. English spoken performances will take place in Amsterdam on the 25th, 26th and 27th October.

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