90 years ago today, Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany.
It’s actually funny to watch a bunch of 21st-century comedians treat a genocidal dictator as less scary than a teenage girl with a pen.
The caption read, “Gone Before Her Time: Virtual Aging Technology Shows Us What Anne Frank Would Have Looked Like if She Hadn’t Died.”
What if, after all that hubbub about prodigy and genius, Frank grew up to be — in the most stereotypical way possible — just, like, really hot?
“If we want to bring the memory of the Holocaust to the young generation, we have to bring it to where they are. And they’re on Instagram.”
Hepburn and Frank were both born in 1929 and lived in the Netherlands.
Anne Frank’s story could seem straightforward. Mirjam Pressler knew it was anything but.
From Philip Roth to Ryan Murphy, men keep pretending Anne Frank survived the Holocaust. Why?
Frank, even as she is heralded as a voice for the victims of the Holocaust, is underrated as a voice for children.
AMSTERDAM An unopened letter that was mailed to the home of Anne Frank while she and her family were in hiding fetched more than $11,000.