Anne Frank and the jewish journey in WW II

Anne Frank (2nd from the left) and playmates – 1937
She would die at age 15 in Bergen-Belsen camp; three of her playmates would survive the Holocaust; her diary kept during her family’s hiding in Amsterdam (1942-1944) would be found, published and widely read after the war.

Ilse Lederman. LIFE, p. 229

 

Jews mourning relatives killed in anti-Semitic violence in Kielce, Poland – 1946. The leaders were tried and convicted; but this nonetheless persuaded thousands of Jews to emigrate.
UPI Botting, p. 92

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