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20th March 1998 at 00:00
Anne Frank Educational Trust (UK).

This web site also has its origins in a travelling exhibition, created by the Anne Frank Educational Trust.

The "Anne Frank: A History for Today" exhibition, based on the diary of the Jewish girl's years in hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during the Second World War, has so far been seen by seven million people worldwide and the web site provides a schedule of its visits in the United Kingdom until 2000.

The site has information about the contents and purposes of the exhibition. Those who want to buy materials based on the life of Anne Frank can check out the online catalogue.

To help browsers find out more about Anne Frank, the site has a series of links, including one to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. This has an account of her life, excerpts from her diary and pictures of the house.

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