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Anne Frank to come to life in animated film for children

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Frank's estate gives blessing for Waltz with Bashir's Ari Folman to write and direct movie based on famous diary Waltz with Bashir director Ari Folman is to bring the story of Anne Frank to the big screen with a new animated film based on her...
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Anne Frank’s Diary Released As An App - History in an Hour

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The first digital app of Anne Frank’s 'Diary of a Young Girl' has been released to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January.

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Sandra V. Barbosa's curator insight, January 28, 2013 6:27 PM

O Diário de uma Menina onde fileiras de jovens o colocam entre os mais lidos no mundo. Escrito pela adolescente Anne Frank, entre 1942 e 1944 e publicado postumamente, é considerado como um dos documentos mais interessantes e notáveis que emergiu da era do Holocausto. 2012 marcou o 65 º aniversário da publicação do diário e este fim de semana foi lançado o primeiro aplicativo digital do trabalho de Anne , coincidindo com o Dia Memorial do Holocausto em 27 de janeiro.

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The Prescient Poem Anne Frank Penned in Her Schoolmate’s Friendship Book

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“For-get-me-not.”

Long before Facebook, young people exchanged musings on life in friendship books (abbreviated, amusingly enough, as

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The Secret Annex Online

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The hiding place in 3D. Wander around the furnished spaces and get to know the stories from Anne Frank's diary.


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Home

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Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.

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The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy

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De Anne Frank a Orwell: veja 5 livros para estudar o nazismo

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lista de obras e textos para educação literária (do 5º ao 9º ano)

lista de obras e textos para educação literária (do 5º ao 9º ano) | Anne Frank | Scoop.it
LISTA DE OBRAS E TEXTOS PARA EDUCAÇÃO LITERÁRIA (DO 5º AO 9º ANO). LISTA DE OBRAS E ... Teófilo Braga – Contos Tradicionais do Povo Português. Trindade .... Anne Frank – O Diário de Anne Frank. Roald Dahl ...
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O Diário de Anne Frank

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Anne Frank nasceu a 1929, em Frankfurt. No seio de uma família judia. Era filha de Edith e Otto e irmã de Margot.

Em 1933, o partido Nazi ascende
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Diário de Anne Frank – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Diário de Anne Frank

O Diário de Anne Frank (em alemão: Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank. Em neerlandês, a língua do diário original: Het Achterhuis - Dagboekbrieven 14 juni 1942 - 1 augustus 1944. Em inglês: The Diary of a Young Girl, como dizem no livro, ou The Diary of Anne Frank, como é no filme.)

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Exposição Anne Frank: uma história para hoje

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O Instituto Português da Juventude e o projeto “Aprender Direitos Humanos: Passado e Presente”/ Associação Internacional Intercultural Projects and Re...
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Livro Textos de Anne Frank reunidos em obra de 710 páginas - Notícias ao Minuto

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Livro Textos de Anne Frank reunidos em obra de 710 páginas
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topo. Livro Textos de Anne Frank reunidos em obra de 710 páginas.
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Anne Frank: the only existing film images

July 22 1941. The girl next door is getting married. Anne Frank is leaning out of the window of her house in Amsterdam to get a good look at the bride and groom. It is the only time Anne Frank has ever been captured on film.

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Mara Ofengender's curator insight, July 16, 2013 11:43 PM

ANother look at the normal life Anne lived before the Holocaust.  

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Anne Frank Timeline

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With exceptional photographs and audio and video fragments.

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Then-And-Now Photos Of Anne Frank's Amsterdam Will Stop You In Your Tracks

Then-And-Now Photos Of Anne Frank's Amsterdam Will Stop You In Your Tracks | Anne Frank | Scoop.it

While we've long been inspired by Frank's words, we've never before pored over images of the young heroine's life. That is, until we came across this then-and-now photography series, combining black-and-white photographs from Anne's lifetime with a contemporary image of the city streets. The jarring juxtaposition transports viewers to the Nazi-occupied Netherlands where Anne once lived in hiding. The ghostly shadows of young children and uniformed soldiers lingers over the modern tourist streets with an ominous and heartbreaking beauty."


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GoogleLitTrips Reading List's curator insight, October 31, 2013 9:29 PM

We've all been duped by photoshopped images making sincere attempts to deceive us for profit without regard for honesty or the negative impact of such ideas as perpetuating among young women the belief that the impossibility of attaining the  "beauty" of photoshopped fashion models is not so much the ideal beauty as it is the standard by which they should judge themselves as "failures" lest they resort to faking beauty with expensive makeup and even surgery.

 

These manipulated images however, are not that brand of photoshopping, There is a clear intention to NOT fool the viewer at all. The blending of contemporary color images brought together with historical images from a very "unbeautiful" historical era amplify not only the horror of the holocaust but also with the world WE LIVE IN. It is the same world. We are not other people; we are the descendents of the people and like many of the historical people blended into the contemporary images, we too are living in times that future may look back upon and wonder why we did so little to right the wrongs that we are surrounded by. 

 

There are of course still geneocide-like travesties in places like Bosnia, Rwanda and Darfur. There are still horrific crimes against homosexuals. We do live in an almost numbly otherwise attentive times when gun violence is so common that we tsk-tsk and then finish our lattes. And, we live in times when issues such as global warming, economic collapse, and grid-locked politicians who do little beyond obstructing the efforts of their opponents continue to fool their constituents into re-electing them, and constituents continue to believe what they are promised by the very politicians who failed to keep their promises to anyone other than their financial backers.


And yet, we are for the most part good people. We do care. We are not happy with and are often outraged at those who do bad things and get away with it, who do manipulate the unwitting and profit from it, who do abuse children and abuse them again and again.

And in that truth there is another truth. And that truth is that our perception that we are the good guys may be the reason why we find it difficult to engage in the kind of introspection that bases our perception upon what we do do much more than upon what we do not do. 


Yesterday the Boston Red Sox won the world series. We have been abuzz aout the post league playoffs for several weeks. But, that will be old news within a few days. That's okay. The world series is entertainment. It really does not generate social obligation of much consequence. But, it wasn't that long ago in Boston that we were abuzz about a horrific bombing.and before than Sandy Hook and over 10,000 gun deaths in the US alone since Newtown. (see: http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/crime/2012/12/gun_death_tally_every_american_gun_death_since_newtown_sandy_hook_shooting.html) And, in spite of the outrage among good people in each case far too few have done far too little to address these issues. And, in each case, the outrage is too soon old news and off the front pages of our attentivness and our concern is reduced to tsk tsking.and fatalistic acceptance of our just being upset at what the bad people are doing.


When I look at these blended pictures of people of the time going about their business seemingly unconcerned about the immensity of the history of their own making, I wonder what those who look back on historical photos of our times will think given their perspective of the history we are making.


And I recall the words of Edmund Burke who said, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"

 

Anne Frank's Diary reminds us of the horrors of the holocaust. These photos remind us that what was then, may have familar echoes in our own times. And perhaps we ought to consider to what extent we are consumed in taking care of our business and to what extent we ought remember that "our" is plural.

 

It was the literary writing of Rudyard Kipling that brought us the phrase "Lest we Forget," a phrase adopted by many movements wanting to not repeat the horrors of the past.

 

I am also reminded of  the literary writing of Kurt Vonnegut in Cats Cradle when he had the American ambassador to the fictitious country of San Lorenzo give a speech on what was essentially San Lorenzo's Memorial Day. in a remarkably un-ambassadorial speech, Ambassador Minton said... ..

 

    "I do not say that children at war do not die like men, if they have to die. To their everlasting honor and our everlasting shame, the do die like men, thus making possible the manly jubilation of patriotic holidays.

  "But they are murdered children all the same..."

 

"...But if today is really in honor of a hundred children murdered in war," he said, "is today a dan for a thrilling show?

  "The answer is yes, ON ONE CONDITION; that we, the celebrants, are working consciously and tirelessly to reduce the stupidity and viciousness of ourselves and of all mankind."

 

Let we who consider ourselves the good guys, remember  our (plural) obligations to our world in our time and to our descendents  in their time, "Lest we forget."

 

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Anne Frank

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Rachel Weaver's curator insight, June 12, 2013 5:45 PM

Short bio. of Anne's life

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Liberation

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Rachel Weaver's curator insight, June 13, 2013 9:22 AM

Article, maps, video, photos

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Visita virtual A Casa de Anne Frank

Primeira página do diário de Anne 15 de julho de 1944“Vejo o mundo a ser lentamente transformado numdeserto
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Pessoa genial da semana: Mãe quer proibir "O Diário de Anne Frank"

Pessoa genial da semana: Mãe quer proibir "O Diário de Anne Frank" | Anne Frank | Scoop.it
"O Diário de Anne Frank" é o relato de sua autora, a judia alemã Anne Frank, seus parentes e outros judeus que se esconderam da perseguição nazista em um sótão, na cidade de Amsterdã. É um livro que estudantes ao ...
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Anne Frank - trailer do filme

Esse é um trailer do filme que teve origem do livro "O Diário de Anne Frank" é uma excelente historia que aconteceu na segunda guerra mundial... recomendo a ...
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Anne Frank - WOOK

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Judia alemã, Anne Frank nasceu em 1929 e morreu em 1945. Filha de um comerciante, viveu com a sua família em Frankfurt até que à chegada ao poder ...
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