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Remembering Anne Frank, 70 years on

 Asphalt - Germany 07 April 2019

Anne Frank survived Auschwitz but died all the same: in March 1945, she became victim to the hell of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Lower Saxony, northwestern Germany. March marked the 70th anniversary of her death. Her stepsister Eva Schloss, the same age as Anne, survived the Nazi regime of terror through “luck, luck and more luck”. After years of silence, she began to talk about what Anne could no longer write about. (2176 Words) - By Renate Schwarzbauer

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Memorial to Anne and Margot Frank at their place of death Bergen-Belsen.Photo: R.Schwarzbauer

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A commemorative stone to Anne and Margot Frank at Bergen-Belsen, where they died. Photo: R.Schwarzbauer

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After years of silence, Anne Frank’s stepsister Eva Schloss began to talk about what Anne could no longer write about.Photo: Asphalt


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