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The diary | Final episode 14 | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

Anne's diary is the reason we all get to know her story. But how did we all get to read her diary? In this episode, Anne tells us how her diary became famous and how one of her great dreams came true. Even after her death. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Anne's room - Hopes and dreams | Episode 8 | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

Anne had many hopes and dreams, but what were they? In this episode, she tells you more about the many things that excited her. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Bergen-Belsen - Anne's death | Episode 13 | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

What happened to the Frank family when they were sent to the overcrowded camps with catastrophic hygenic conditions? You'll find out in this episode. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Discovered | Episode 12 | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

One day, Anne's worst fears came true and the secret hiding place was discovered. Anne tells you more about what happened after her arrest. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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761 days - Keeping courage | Episode 11 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

Imagine having to hide inside for over two years, how did the people in the Secret Annex manage to stay hopeful? In this episode, Anne tells you more about the moments of courage. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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The offices - The helpers | Episode 10 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

On their own, the people in hiding would have had an even harder time. Anne gratefully tells you about who the helpers were and what they meant to her. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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The warehouse – Danger | Episode 9 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

While in the Secret Annex, Anne and the other people in the secret hiding place often felt very scared. Especially when there were break-ins and the risk of being discovered increased. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Peter's room - Love and kisses | Episode 7 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

Anne didn't really like the Van Pels' son at first, but overtime her feelings towards him changed. Anne tells you how she felt about Peter the longer they stayed in the Secret Annex and the more she got to know him. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Van Pels family room - The other family | Episode 6 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

Anne shows you around the common room, which was also the place where Mr. and Mrs. Van Pels slept at night. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Frank family room - Growing up | Episode 5 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

Anne talks about the family dynamics and feelings in the hiding place, it wasn't always easy to live together like that in a small space. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Prinsengracht 263 - The hiding place | Episode 4 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

This is the building where Anne Frank went into hiding. But what was the layout like and who else was in hiding with the Frank family? Anne tells you more about this in this episode. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Going into hiding | Episode 3 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

The day had come when the Frank family had to go into hiding. Anne tells you more about how this happened and what she had to leave behind. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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War and occupation | Episode 2 | Anne’s story | Anne Frank House

Why did Anne Frank go into hiding? From Anne's former home on Merwedeplein to the secret hiding place. During the Second World War, many restrictions were placed on Jews. Anne tells you more about what changed and what they had to go through to stay safe. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Amsterdam | Episode 1 | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

Amsterdam is where Anne's story as we know it begins. As a thirteen-year-old girl, Anne receives a (now famous) diary for her birthday and begins to write. During the Second World War, the Nazi regime forced the Frank family into hiding. This brand new English video tour has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes are now available on this YouTube channel! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to the official website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Sneak preview | Anne's story | Anne Frank House

Anne's story This brand new series of videos has been created for anyone who doesn’t have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House. In fourteen short episodes, a virtual Anne Frank tells her story and guides you through the Anne Frank House using footage filmed in the museum. The video tour is enhanced with historical images and clips from the Anne Frank video diary. All fourteen episodes will be available on this YouTube channel from tomorrow! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to Klik hier website: Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Anne Frank House VR Trailer | Free VR App | Anne Frank House

A virtual reality tour of Anne Frank’s hiding place: Anne Frank House VR. The tour gives a uniquely immersive experience of the hiding place of Anne Frank and the seven other people in the Secret Annex. In the tour all the rooms of the Secret Annex are furnished in the style of the time spent in hiding. The tour lasts for around 25 minutes, is available in seven languages and can be downloaded free of charge from: • Steam - Klik hier Meta Quest - Klik hier Meta Rift - Klik hier PICO - Klik hier for educators, students, and professionals, this app provides a meaningful way to explore the realities of war and resistance. Also credits to Vertigo Games and Knucklehead Studios. Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to Klik hier website: Klik hier Klik hier Klik hier Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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Anne Frank House VR Trailer | Anne Frank House

A virtual reality tour of Anne Frank’s hiding place: Anne Frank House VR. The tour gives a uniquely immersive experience of the hiding place of Anne Frank and the seven other people in the Secret Annex. In the tour all the rooms of the Secret Annex are furnished in the style of the time spent in hiding. The tour lasts for around 25 minutes, is available in seven languages and can be downloaded free of charge from: • Steam - Klik hier • Meta Quest - Klik hier • Meta Rift - Klik hier PICO: available from 18 April 2024! Do you want to visit our museum in real life? Go to Klik hier website: Klik hier Klik hier Klik hier Klik hier the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.





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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #9 | Anne Frank House

In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. Number 9 is: Who is Kitty? #annefrank #fyp #foryoupage #foryou #series #mostaskedquestions #history #number9 #mostaskedquestions #annefrankhouse



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #1 | Anne Frank House

At what age did Anne Frank die? This is one of the most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. In this series, we're answering the 10 most common questions about her life and legacy. #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #2 | Anne Frank House

How were the people in hiding discovered? Were they betrayed? These are two of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to Anne Frank, and in this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about her. #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #3 | Anne Frank House

'Was Anne bored in the secret hiding place?' In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. Watch the video to see the answer to this question #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #4 | Anne Frank House

What was Anne Frank's personality like? We will explain it to you in this video! In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #5 | Anne Frank House

In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. Question number 5 is: Who else was in hiding with Anne? #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #6 | Anne Frank House

'When does Anne Frank get her diary?' In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #7 | Anne Frank House

In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. Question number 7 is: For how long was Anne in hiding? #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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The 10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #8 | Anne Frank House

What was Anne’s life like before she went into hiding? In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. #annefrank #annefrankhouse #AnneFrankQuestions #faqs #FAQs #kitty #educationalcontent



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10 most asked questions about Anne Frank | #10 | Anne Frank House

In this series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about Anne Frank. Number 10 is: Why did Anne Frank become so famous? #annefrank #series #mostaskedquestions #history #historia #annefrankhouse



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Democracy is yours | Anne Frank House | in 8 languages | Explained

AUDIO AND SUBTITLES (change in settings) in DUTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, HEBREW (only subs), ITALIAN, PORTUGUESE and SPANISH. Turn on your sound! How can you resist the erosion of democracy and the rise of authoritarianism? Complementary to the temporary exhibition in the Anne Frank House 'The Frank family in Frankfurt am Main, 1929-1933', a short animation on this subject is on display. The animation is inspired by the book 'On Tyranny' by Timothy Snyder. This American historian, specialised in the Holocaust, explains in a series of ‘lessons’ how resurgent authoritarian ideology can be resisted. Read more about the exhibition: Klik hier rights, freedom and democracy cannot be taken for granted. The Second World War and the Holocaust teach us that democracy and the rule of law are indispensable for a peaceful society. It is important that we learn from history. With this animation we developed teaching materials in different languages. Feel free to use it! Dutch: Klik hier Klik hier coming soon Portuguese: coming soon Spanish: coming soon Animation made by @JOBJORISENMARIEKE © Anne Frank Stichting Official website: Klik hier Klik hier Facebook: Klik hier TikTok: Klik hier Klik hier About the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. The Anne Frank House is an independent organisation dedicated to the preservation of the place where Anne Frank went into hiding and wrote her diary during the Second World War. The organisation brings the life story and the work of Anne Frank to the attention of as many people as possible worldwide, partly with the aim of raising awareness of the dangers of antisemitism, racism and discrimination and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy.



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The last journey | Episode 3 | Anne Frank - After the arrest | English version | Anne Frank House

What happened after the arrest? Anne Frank tells her story SUBTITLES: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Hebrew. This series is suitable for children from 10 years old. We also advise that parents should first see for themselves whether the series is suitable for their children, and that parental supervision is desirable. Anne, Margot and Auguste van Pels had to leave Auschwitz-Birkenau. Edith remained behind. After a terrible journey, the train with hundreds of women arrived at the concentration camp. The camp was overcrowded, the hygenic conditions were catastrophic and the prisoners were given hardly any food. Margot and Anne became weaker and weaker. Follow Anne Frank and discover her story. SUBSCRIBE: Klik hier #annefrank #webseries MORE ANNE FRANK Official website: Klik hier Klik hier Facebook: Klik hier TikTok: Klik hier Klik hier About the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. We are an independent non-profit organisation that runs a museum in the house where Anne Frank went into hiding and we try to increase awareness of Anne’s life story all over the world, encouraging people to reflect on the dangers of antisemitism, racism, and discrimination, and the importance of freedom, equal rights, and democracy.



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Hell on earth | Episode 2 | Anne Frank - After the arrest | English version | Anne Frank House

What happened after the arrest? Anne Frank tells her story SUBTITLES: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Hebrew. This series is suitable for children from 10 years old. We also advise that parents should first see for themselves whether the series is suitable for their children, and that parental supervision is desirable. After a gruelling trip in a goods wagon lasting three days and three nights, Anne and the others arrived at the concentration and extermination camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Men and women were separated on the platform. Anne, Margot, Edith and Auguste van Pels ended up in barracks in the women's camp. Life in the camp was hell, and death was always around the corner. Follow Anne Frank and discover her story. SUBSCRIBE: Klik hier #annefrank #webseries MORE ANNE FRANK Official website: Klik hier Klik hier Facebook: Klik hier TikTok: Klik hier Klik hier About the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. We are an independent non-profit organisation that runs a museum in the house where Anne Frank went into hiding and we try to increase awareness of Anne’s life story all over the world, encouraging people to reflect on the dangers of antisemitism, racism, and discrimination, and the importance of freedom, equal rights, and democracy.



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Transportation | Episode 1 | Anne Frank - After the arrest | English version | Anne Frank House

Anne Frank was a Jewish girl who had to go into hiding to escape from the Nazis. While she was in hiding she wrote a diary, which would later become world-famous. After Anne was discovered and arrested she couldn’t write anymore, so we don’t know what she felt, thought and experienced. But we do know a lot about this period, based on eyewitness accounts and documents. This is what she could have said about it… SUBTITLES: English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Hebrew. This series is suitable for children from 10 years old. We also advise that parents should first see for themselves whether the series is suitable for their children, and that parental supervision is desirable. On 4 August 1944 the police arrested Anne and the others in hiding with her. First they were taken to prison and then they ended up in the Westerbork transit camp. During the night of 2-3 September 1944 a long list of names was read out, including those of the group who had been in hiding. The next morning they were due to be transported, together with a thousand other Jewish men, women and children. But where to? Follow Anne Frank and discover her story. SUBSCRIBE: Klik hier #annefrank #webseries MORE ANNE FRANK Official website: Klik hier Klik hier Facebook: Klik hier TikTok: Klik hier Klik hier About the Anne Frank House The Anne Frank House was established on 3 May 1957 in cooperation with Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father. We are an independent non-profit organisation that runs a museum in the house where Anne Frank went into hiding and we try to increase awareness of Anne’s life story all over the world, encouraging people to reflect on the dangers of antisemitism, racism, and discrimination, and the importance of freedom, equal rights, and democracy.