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Anne Frank in the world 1929-1945

Author: Anne Frank House.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Inc., 2002, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the issues of discrimination and tolerance through the poignant story of Anne and her tragic death at the hands of Nazis.
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Named Person: Anne Frank; Anne Frank
Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Frank House.
ISBN: 0439465052 9780439465052 0439453011 9780439453011
OCLC Number: 50776775
Notes: "This edition is only available for distribution through the school market"--P. [4] of cover.
Description: 144 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Frank family --
Frankfurt am Main in the 1920s: a portrait of the city --
Germany in the 1920s: political and economic crisis --
Frankfurt's Jewish community --
The Nazis' rise to power --
Hitler in power --
Democracy abolished --
The Labor Movement disbanded --
The labor service --
The propaganda machine --
The Anti-Jewish boycott --
Law and justice --
The church --
The Nazi "Welfaire State" --
The killing of the disabled --
Population control and racial policies --
Schools and universities --
The youth movement --
Art and culture --
The German Army --
The Jewish community in Germany, 1933-1940 --
Kristallnacht --
Jewish refugees --
International reactions --
The Frank family in Amsterdam, 1933-1940 --
National Socialism in the Netherlands --
The Jewish community in the Netherlands, 1940 --
May 1940: the occupation of the Netherlands --
Early days of occupation --
The first roundup --
The February strike, 1941 --
Dutch collaboration. Recruitment of SS volunteers --
Anti-Jewish measures --
Dutch resistance --
Deportation begins --
The Frank family goes into hiding --
The noose tightens --
Deportation continues --
The final solution --
June 1944: the tide turns in Europe --
The last months of the Frank family --
The winter of hunger --
The liberation of the camps --
The final liberation of the Netherlands --
The end of the war in Europe --
Anne Frank's diary --
Anti-Semitism today and postwar Nazism --
Racism and racial violence --
Extreme Nationalism --
Fighting prejudice.
Responsibility: compiled by the Anne Frank House.

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Explores the issues of discrimination and tolerance through the poignant story of Anne and her tragic death at the hands of Nazis.

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