#AnneFrank 's first cousin Buddy Elias shares memories of having Anne as his beloved childhood friend
Recalling Anne Frank, as Icon and Human Being
Eva Schloss lived across the street from Anne, and her mother later married Anne’s father. She said Anne was the leader among their friends, and occasionally had a “domineering” streak.
The Frank family: Otto, Anne, Edith and Margot.
'I am a person, I have a name and I lived through the same horrors she did': Anne Frank's stepsister Eva Schloss on living with the legacy of the World War II diarist
Eva Schloss com a mãe, Fritzi, e irmão mais velho Heinz, que morreu em Auschwitz
Anne Frank's Friend
Anne Frank's Friends: Photos of the Girls Who Lived
Caption from LIFE. "Barbara, who did not want to see her friend on film." The former Barbara Ledermann, she escaped from the Nazis in the Netherlands, lived with the underground, and met the man she would marry, Martin Rodbell, in the U.S. in 1947. Her parents and her sister, Susanne, died at Auschwitz.
Otto Frank on holiday in Switzerland, circa 1925.
A few weeks ago, in advance of the upcoming Holocaust Remembrance Day, a new tree was planted at Yad Vashem. The sapling was a special one, sprouted from a chestnut tree that Anne Frank wrote about in her diary...
A portrait of Margot Frank, standing next to an elderly woman with Anne Frank on her lap, 1931. This was a page from Margot’s photo album.
Danka Zajde was a classmate of Anne Frank at the Jewish Lyceum in Amsterdam. She and her family fled the pogroms in Poland in 1930. Danka Zajde was one of the girls who attended Anne's 13th birthday party. Danka Zajde survived the war.