I am really interested in the life of Anne Frank, and I was wondering if there could be any way in which I could do an essay about her, or her role in teaching people about the holocaust, for my personal study.
I haven't asked my teacher about it yet, but I will do on Monday, but I have a feeling that even though I do know quite a bit about the subject, it won't be accessible enough for a personal study.
Do you have any ideas?
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- 01-07-2005 20:27
- 02-07-2005 19:13
There should be some stuff on www.annefrank.org
Alternatively, if you have some knowledge of German there is the website of the Anne Frank Zentrum in Berlin: www.annefrank.de - they are very keen on educating young people about the Holocaust and multi-culturalism more generally. The site doesn't seem to be available in English, but they may have some English info available if you e-mail them (a friend of mine does English language tours there). Here's the direct link to their contact form:
A quick internet search also reveals the Anne Frank Internet guide (not sure whether you have already come across this):
- 03-07-2005 11:42
I'm sure it would be fine. Although perhaps it is a little narrow in scope. Try something wider, maybe the effects of the Holocaust on German children, using Anne Frank as the centrepiece, maybe?