Subscriber Account active since. Facebook has apologised to the Anne Frank Center for removing an article it posted calling for more Holocaust education. The post featured an image of child Holocaust victims, naked and emaciated. It also highlighted that Facebook allows Holocaust denial on its platform , which it viewed as hypocrisy.
'An ordinary girl': Hidden pages in Anne Frank's diary reveal corny jokes and sex ed
Anne Frank's hidden jokes mention sex and prostitution | Daily Mail Online
In , during an examination of Anne Frank 's original red-checked diary, researchers at the Anne Frank House came across two pages that had been completely covered with adhesive brown paper. While these pages had been encountered before, Frank's diary is reportedly only examined by its safe keepers once every decade or so. The difference, this time, was that advances in photo-imaging software made it possible to decipher the words beneath the brown paper without endangering the fragile document. In May , the Anne Frank House revealed the words of these hidden pages for the first time since its author scribbled them out, more than two months into a two-year hideaway from the Nazis in the secret annex behind her father's business in Amsterdam. She proceeded to do just that: "Do you know why the German girls of the armed forces are in the Netherlands? For an encore: "A man comes home at night and notices that another man shared the bed with his wife that evening. He searches the whole house, and finally also looks in the bedroom closet.
Facebook apologises to the Anne Frank Center for removing image of naked child holocaust victims
It is one of the world's best known books and has been the basis for several plays and films. Born in Frankfurt , Germany , she lived most of her life in or near Amsterdam , Netherlands , having moved there with her family at the age of four and a half when the Nazis gained control over Germany. Born a German national, she lost her citizenship in and thus became stateless.
They were the same age and lived in the same city. They were friends. Jacoby noted that Schloss speaks all over the word to large audiences. I left Auschwitz at the age of 16 and I wanted to tell my story to the world. I once discussed this with Elie Wiesel, who said it was important to keep writing and telling the story to prevent it from happening again.