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
Family
  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
Diary
  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
Hitler
  Crisis in Germany | Hitler’s Party | The NSDAP’s Plans | The Nazis and Propaganda | The Hitler Youth | The Jews as Scapegoats | Hitler in Power
Persecution
  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
Liberation
  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

 
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This day in history
Today: 14 December 2017
Then: 11 December 1941

Germany and Italy declare war on the United States; the U.S. respond in kind.

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