The Anne Frank House is a museum in Amsterdam that occupies the building which Anne Frank, her family, and four other people hid from persecution in secret rooms at the back of the house. It also serves as an exhibition space to highlight persecution and discrimination.
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Smolski, Chet, "Amsterdam: Anne Frank House" (1969). Browse All. 569.
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