Go back in time to explore the hiding place of Anne Frank on this website. With background information on the people, places, and things that happened, as well as an interactive 3D model of the secret annex, this site provides a truly immersive experience.
An Armenian American reflects on a recent statement condemning a genocide that inspired Hitler.
Read about one way that Anne Frank’s writing continues to inspire young writers over half a century later.
Hear Holocaust survivors describe their harrowing experiences in their own words.
A professor explores how a teenager who kept a diary has transformed into a symbol of what the Holocaust stole from the world.
As the Holocaust recedes into the past, urgency to preserve its historical memory grows.
New research from the Anne Frank House suggests that Anne and her family may have not in fact been betrayed by someone who knew about their hiding place. Read to learn more.
It’s said that hindsight is 20/20; looking back, the horrors of the Holocaust are clear. But what did Americans think at the time?
A detailed timeline of how the Franks were caught, and the circumstances around their arrest.
75 years after her arrest, investigators are still exploring how the Nazis discovered the Dutch teen and her family.
Elie Wiesel, author of Night and human rights advocate, died in July of 2016. The author of this opinion post suggests that Wiesel’s work has a particularly strong impact on young people.
Will Anne Frank ever be forgotten? As the Holocaust fades further into history, some historians are working to make sure that future generations don’t get the facts wrong or lose sight of its importance.
See pages from Anne Frank’s diary with explanatory notes in this excerpt from the book 100 Documents That Changed the World.
Anne Frank’s reasons for keeping a diary might not be all that different from your own. Read some of the many ways teenagers today use diaries.
In June of 2016, Germany officially declared that the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks a century ago was genocide. Read this article to find out more about the controversy surrounding this decision.
An opinion writer ponders why Anne Frank’s words still resonate with teenagers today.
Although she died in a concentration camp when she was 15, Anne Frank’s thoughts and feelings are alive and influence many writers today. Learn about the contemporary play and the novels that are part of Anne’s legacy.
After over 300 copies of Anne Frank’s diary and related books were vandalized in Japan, Israel and the Japanese Jewish community reached out to replace the books.
This article appeared in January on Holocaust Memorial Day 2015, whose theme was “keep the memory alive.” Every time someone reads Anne Frank’s diary, that is what happens. What is your favorite quote from Anne Frank’s diary?
World War II may be far in the past, but for the Uighur people of China, disturbing echoes of the Holocaust are happening right now.