Anne Frank: A history for today
Exhibition now closed
11 February – 24 March 2010
People and history
This exhibition tells the moving story of Anne Frank, the young Jewish girl whose famous diary records her family’s time in hiding during the Holocaust.
Key moments in Frank’s life are portrayed – the Frank family's flight to The Netherlands, the people who helped them, and the sudden betrayal that led to their tragic transportation to concentration camps.
See over 200 personal, Frank family photographs and read quotes from Anne's diary. A 30-minute video documentary relays the remarkable stories of New Zealanders who survived the Holocaust, and of people who helped hide others.
The exhibition was created by the Anne Frank Museum (Amsterdam).
Visit the exhibition website.
Find out more about Anne Frank’s house, which is now a museum.