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Anne Frank Centre (Anne Frank Zentrum) Tours and Activities

Anne Frank Centre (Anne Frank Zentrum)
Millions of people worldwide know the diary of Anne Frank. Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1929 to Jewish parents. Her family emigrated to Amsterdam in
1933 after the Nazi takeover. After the invasion of the Netherlands by German troops, Anne Frank and her family hid in a back house in Amsterdam from 1942 to 1944.
Here, Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary. After being betrayed, which resulted in the knowing of their hiding place, Anne Frank and her family were deported. Anne Frank's father was the only one to survive and published his daughter's diary in 1947. Anne Frank died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in the spring of 1945 at the age of 15 as a result of her imprisonment in the camp. Through the publication of her diary, Anne Frank became one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust.

The Anne Frank Zentrum is the German partner organization of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. The center commemorates Anne Frank and her diary with exhibitions
and educational programs. The Anne Frank Zentrum has a permanent exhibition in Berlin: "All about Anne" provides insights into the life of Anne Frank. By studying the biography of Anne Frank and her diary, which is known worldwide, visitors gain personal access to the history of the Holocaust. "All about Anne" is an interactive and multimedia learning site.

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The Anne Frank Zentrum is located at Rosenthaler Straße 39. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Address: Rosenthaler Straße 39, Berlin 10178, Germany
Admission: Varies
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Silent Heroes - Righteous Among the Nations - Private Tour in Berlin

Silent Heroes - Righteous Among the Nations - Private Tour in Berlin

Join me on this moving, unforgettable time-travel in the heart of Berlin and learn about those Germans who stood up for the victims of the Nazi regime. Holocaust survivor, Dr. Istvan Szende said: “Let us not forget the crimes but let us also courageously speak up about the acts of the righteous.” This tour had been developed in this same spirit. You will hear stories of courage and self-sacrifice, you will get to know the names and faces of those who did what their conscience dictated: hid, helped and fed the persecuted. Whether business men or industrialists, Wehrmacht officers behind the front or ordinary citizen in their own homes, they all did what they could to save Jews from certain death. They all have been honored as Righteous Among the Nations by Israel.
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