Katie Williamson and Corry Lewis with their project based on the story of Anne Frank
010714BADER_001 IAN COOPER
Two Men And A Truck has sponsored the Anne Frank
Exhibition as part of our Moving Together corporate and social responsibility program, which aims to empower ourselves and staff to act strategically for the environment and the community on three levels:
LEARNING ABOUT PREJUDICE: King James's School pupils to host the Anne Frank
Now open, the multimedia exhibition also features a genocide tunnel with powerful film footage, replica artefacts from Anne's life and the Holocaust and the Anne Frank
photo album, including photos of Anne and her sister, Margot.
Can you imagine, say, Rihanna getting off her tattooed butt to visit the Anne Frank
By placing a living, old crone of an Anne Frank
in Kugel's 21st century attic and at the center of this novel, Auslander displays uber-cbutzpab, and not so much because he undoubtedly will be accused of trivializing Miss Frank's ordeal, but because he is poaching on territory of his venerated literary antecedent, Philip Roth, who, of course, was also accused of trivializing Miss Frank's ordeal in his 1979 novel, The Ghost Writer.
The teenage Anne Frank
referenced the tree three times in her diary.
There were several strong gusts of wind and one of these knocked over the tree," the Telegraph quoted Hans Westra of Anne Frank
House as saying.
Miep Gies, Anne Frank
diary guardian; born February 15, 1909, died, January 11, 2009
Sedertdien is daar soveel geskryf oor haar en haar dagboek (gepubliseer onder die titel Het Achterhuis), dat dit heeltemal moontlik is om 'n besliste mening oor Anne Frank
te he, sonder dat jy 'n enkele woord van haar dagboekbriewe self gelees het.
GENERATIONS of a family in Holland might have come together today to celebrate the 80th birthday of Anne Frank
- if the Holocaust had not ended her life at the age of 15.
THOUSANDS of youngsters from Coventry and Warwickshire schools have been learning about the Holocaust by visiting the acclaimed Anne Frank
exhibition at Coventry Cathedral.
After intense negotiations, an agreement has been reached that will protect the historic chestnut outside the apartment where Anne Frank
hid during WWII.
I am impressed that the author Carol Ann Lee has been interested in Anne Frank
since she was 6-years-old.
City government and the Anne Frank
Foundation, which owns the popular tourist attraction known as the Anne Frank
House, said the tree was seriously ill and posed a danger to the public and property.