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Anne Frank Keeps Memory Alive For New Generation

Posted at 7:47AM Friday 09 May 2014

A new play based on the best-selling diaries of Anne Frank, one of the most recognisable victims of the Holocaust, is set to open in Amsterdam.

Entitled simply Anne, the play is the first stage adaptation to incorporate the Jewish teenager's complete family archive.


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