Anne Frank in the world, 1929–1945 = Die welt der Anne Frank, 1929–1945 

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Anne Frank in the world, 1929–1945 = Die welt der Anne Frank, 1929–1945 
Call No: 949.207 S85 ger

Call Number949.207 S85 ger
Dates1991; ©1985
Statement of Responsibility[photo research and text, Dienke Hondius, Joke Kniesmeijer and Bauco T. van der Wal].
Creators & ContributorsHondius, Dienke (author)
Kniesmeijer, Joke (author)
Wal, Bauco van der (author)
Anne Frank Stichting (contributor)
Frank family (subject)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Summary"In the spring of 1945 15-year old Anne Frank died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. This book provides a portrait of her life and gives an account of historical developments between 1929 and 1945. The changes in Germany after Hitler was elected in 1933 and daily life in occupied Holland after 1940 forced people to make a choice: collaborate, resist or remain passive." —Back cover
  • The Frank family—Frankfurt
  • Frankfurt am Main in the 1920s—portrait of a city
  • Frankfurt, 1929—political and economic crisis
  • The Jewish community of Frankfurt
  • National Socialists on their way to power
  • 1933: Hitler appointed Reich Chancellor
  • Democracy abolished
  • Labor movement
  • The labor service
  • The anti-Jewish boycott and popular anti-Semitism
  • The National Socialist 'welfare state'
  • The killing of the handicapped
  • Population and racial policy
  • Church and religion
  • Youth movement
  • Education
  • Propaganda
  • Art and culture
  • Army and rearmament
  • Law and justice
  • Jewish life in Germany, 1933–1940
  • 'Kristallnacht'
  • The Jewish refugees
  • International reactions
  • Jewish life in Holland before 1940
  • The Frank family—Holland, 1933–1940
  • Dutch National Socialists
  • May 1940: occupation of Holland
  • The first measures
  • The first razzia (roundup)
  • The February strike
  • Collaboration
  • Collaboration: SS volunteers
  • Anti-Jewish measures
  • Resistance
  • The beginning of the deportations: hiding, betrayal and resistance
  • The Frank family—in hiding
  • Tightening of the repression and resistance
  • Deportation of the Dutch Jews
  • Endlösung ('The Final Solution')
  • The Frank family—The end
  • D-Day and the liberation of southern Holland
  • Winter of hunger
  • The starving ends as Holland is liberated
  • The end of the war in Germany
  • Liberation of the concentration camps
  • The first years after the war
  • The publication of Anne Frank's diary
  • Coming to terms with a difficult past
  • Neo-Nazi's and the denial of the Holocaust
  • Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism
  • Racism today
Physical Description 144 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, German
PublisherAmsterdam : Anne Frank Stichting
EditionThird revised edition
Notes"This book was produced on the occasion of the exhibition 'Anne Frank in the World, 1929–1945'" —Colophon