#AnneFrank would bei 90 years today, maybe she would go to schools and teach students about the Holocaust and read out from her diary , but she she can't, cause only a few weeks before the end of World War 2 she was killed by the Nazis (concentration camp). Never forget her story
12 June 1929 | 90 years ago Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt. In 1942 on her 13th birthday she received an empty diary. She died in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945.
'Human greatness does not lie in wealth or power, but in character & goodness.'
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#OTD 90 years ago, #AnneFrank was born. For millions, she was their window into the Holocaust. Though Anne wrote most of her diary while in hiding from the Nazis, she inspired us with her ability to believe in the enduring power of hope.
"I firmly believe that nature can bring comfort to all who suffer" - Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who dreamed of becoming a writer but tragically her life & future were taken by the Holocaust in 1945. Today, 12th June, would have been her 90th birthday. #AnneFrank 1929-1945
We’re live in one hour to commemorate the 90th birthday of #AnneFrank. Join us on Facebook to view rarely seen photos of the young writer. Do you have questions about her? Our historians will answer them live. #Anne90 https://www.facebook.com/holocaustmuseum/
Today, it is exactly 90 years ago that Anne Frank was born, on 12 June 1929. #OnThisDay we also reflect on Anne Frank's life and legacy in other places and in other ways; read more: https://www.annefrank.org/en/about-us/news-and-press/news/2019/6/12/today-anne-franks-90th-birthday/
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#AnneFrank received the diary that would later be read by millions on her 13th birthday. In honor of what would have been her 90th birthday tomorrow, we'll share 13 of Anne's most inspiring quotes. Reply with your favorite quote. #Anne90
#AnneFrank would have been 90 today. She couldn’t know this diary entry recorded her final birthday. How many lifetimes have not been lived and are still being lost in war and genocide? #IStandWithAnne #Anne90
Had #AnneFrank lived through the #Holocaust, she would have celebrated her 90th birthday today.
On Anne's birthday, we celebrate her legacy & all that she accomplished in her short life, which continues to inspire so many, 74 yrs after her tragic death in the Holocaust.
#AnneFrank (Annelies) was born 90 yrs ago. She is one of the greatest heroes in history. She believed she had the power to help people & make a difference in the🌎& she did, 1 life at a time! Anyone who knows me well understands why her legacy lives in my soul. #StarfishClub
I decided to memorialise #AnneFrank‘s 90th birthday at #PMQs today, citing her words about the quality of a person’s character. I did this not to taunt UK Jews with irony, but to see if I could say something so utterly sickening that some of them they might actually throw up.
Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.
Happy birthday, #AnneFrank.
View rarely seen photos of #AnneFrank on what would have been her 90th birthday, and learn about the young writer’s life before she went into hiding. Live on Facebook: June 12, tomorrow, at 9:30 a.m. ET. #Anne90 https://www.facebook.com/events/328644624742056/
12 June 1929: Anne #Frank, the #Dutch girl whose diary became famous after she was killed in the #Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in #Germany during the Holocaust, is born in Frankfurt, Germany. #WWII #WW2 #history #HappyBirthday #AnneFrank
“People can tell you to keep your mouth shut, but that doesn’t stop you from having your own opinion. Even if people are still very young, they shouldn’t be prevented from saying what they think.”—#AnneFrank #Anne90
Today, #AnneFrank would have turned 90 years old, remembering his diary, an extraordinary text that made millions of readers around the world aware of the tragedy of Nazism, but also of the brilliant intelligence and modern language. #Anne90 🖋️
#PMQs Everyone acknowledging #AnneFrank’s Birthday and the horrors of WW2.
Shame nobody apologised for the fact this girl and 1.5m other boys & girls, let alone the 4.5m adults could have been saved if countries, such as ours, hadn’t closed their doors to refugees.