Themes and Subjects
Anne Frank
  Anne from Frankfurt | To the Netherlands... | Not Safe! | Hiding in the Secret Annex | Helpers | Discovered! | Anne’s Diary | The Main Characters
  Otto Frank | Edith Frank-Holländer | Margot and Anne Frank | A New Country | Anne’s Schooldays | Pen Pals in Iowa | Escape to the United States | The Call-Up
Secret Annex
  The Secret Annex Online | The Hiding Place | Otto Frank | Edith Frank | Margot Frank | Anne Frank | Hermann van Pels | Auguste van Pels | Peter van Pels | Fritz Pfeffer | The Helpers | Miep Gies | Johannes Kleiman | Victor Kugler | Bep Voskuijl
The End
  Betrayed? | The Arrest | The Helpers | To Westerbork | Auschwitz | The Death of Fritz Pfeffer | The Death of Margot and Anne | The Death of Peter van Pels | Otto's Return
  Anne’s Diary Papers | Publication | The Museum | Otto and Fritzi Frank | The Helpers After the War | Miep and Jan Gies | Why is Anne Frank So Famous?
World War II
  The Lead Up to the War | Kristallnacht | The Beginning of WWII | Pearl Harbor | US Involvement in WWII | Segregation in the Armed Forces | Port Chicago: A Case of Racism in the War Effort? | The Use of Terror as a Weapon | Civilian Victims | The Japanese American Internment Camps | The End of the War
  Crisis in Germany | Hitler’s Party | The NSDAP’s Plans | The Nazis and Propaganda | The Hitler Youth | The Jews as Scapegoats | Hitler in Power
  Refugees | The Kindertransport | The First Concentration Camps | The Persecution of the Jews | The Persecution of the Roma and Sinti | Black People in Nazi Germany | Persecution of Homosexuals | The Murder of the Disabled | Jehovah's Witnesses
  Displaced Persons and Refugees | Germany After the Surrender in 1945 | The Nuremberg Trials | The United Nations | The Marshall Plan
The Holocaust
  The Jewish Victims by Country | Killing Squads (Einsatzgruppen) | Concentration and Death Camps | Jewish Resistance | Rescuers | The United States and the Holocaust

Anne Frank Guide
This day in history
Today: 19 February 2018
Then: 19 February 1945

Some 30,000 United States Marines land on the Western Pacific island of Iwo Jima, where they encounter ferocious resistance from Japanese forces. The Americans take control of the strategically important island after a month-long battle.

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