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Anne Frank Resources

Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who went into hiding during the Holocaust, journaling her experiences in the renowned work 'The Diary of Anne Frank.' This collection of resources will give you insight into the life of Anne Frank as we read "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" and begin our unit on the Holocaust.

Anne Frank — United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

This resource provides biographical information about Anne Frank.

Anne Frank and Her Diary: Time Line | World War II Remembered Student Activity |

A timeline of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who lived and died during the Holocaust. Links to other resources and research activities are included.

This resource is a chronological list of events of Anne Frank's life.

Anne Frank the Writer | An Unfinished Story

Between the ages of 13 and 15, Anne Frank wrote short stories, fairy tales, essays, and the beginnings of a novel. Five notebooks and more than 300 loose pages, meticulously handwritten during her two years in hiding, survived the war. Launch the exhibition 'An Unfinished Story' to reveal the original writings�through sound and images�of a young woman who had great ambition to be a writer and was exploring her craft.

This resource provides an intimate look at Anne Frank's life. You can examine her handwritten journals, read interviews with family members, and contribute your own thoughts about the life of Anne Frank.

Anne Frank House: New Perspective on Anne Frank’s Arrest

Research conducted by the Anne Frank House contributes a new perspective on Anne Frank’s arrest. This study presents new findings: possibly illegal employment and ration-coupon fraud played a role in the raid on 263 Prinsengracht and led to the discovery and arrest of Anne Frank.

This resource provides an interesting perspective of the events that led up to the discovery and arrest of Anne Frank.

The Secret Annex Online

The Secret Annex Online is a virtual, 3D version of the building at 263 Prinsengracht in Amsterdam where Anne Frank was in hiding for more than two years during World War II and where she wrote her world famous diary.

This resource gives you the opportunity to explore the hiding place of Anne Frank and her family.

Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography

This graphic novel adaptation of "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl" is an Anne Frank House authorized biography.

Anne Frank Museum Amsterdam - the official Anne Frank House website

Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.

This resource is the official Anne Frank House Website. You can explore the life of Anne Frank through pictures, her own words, interviews, and several other resources about Anne Frank and the Holocaust.

The History Place - Holocaust Timeline

A chronicle of the Nazi persecution of the Jews. This is a chronological list of the events of the Holocaust. This resource will be used to study the events of the Holocaust as we read Anne Frank's story.

The Holocaust History - A People's and Survivor History -

The Holocaust history through survivor stories at, an educational forum with art,, photos, and more to promote learning and remembering.

This resource contains several primary sources of Holocaust survivors. We will explore survivor stories as we study the events of the Holocaust.

Millions of ordinary people witnessed the crimes of the Holocaust—in the countryside and city squares, in stores and schools, in homes and workplaces. Across Europe, the Nazis found countless willing helpers who collaborated or were complicit in their crimes. What motives and pressures led so many individuals to abandon their fellow human beings? Why did others make the choice to help? This online exhibit explores these issues.

We will be exploring this online exhibit and discussing the issues presented.

Children's Diaries during the Holocaust

This resource highlights the diaries kept by children of the Holocaust.

The Story of Miep Gies

This site presents the story of the woman who helped Anne Frank to hide, Miep Gies. Links to an interview with Miep Gies, and other Anne Frank sites.

This resource provides a first-hand account of Miep Gies, who is a prominent figure in Anne Frank's life during her years in hiding.