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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

New Exhibit in Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Historical Museum is exhibiting Anne Frank's life through her letters.

A special exhibition of Anne Frank's letters here reveals the fiercely independent spirit of the Jewish girl whose diary of life in hiding in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam made her world famous.

"I am independent in both body and mind. I don't need a mother anymore and I have emerged from the struggle as a stronger person", the young author of the "Diary of Anne Frank" wrote in one of the letters, on display in a show opening Wednesday at the Amsterdam Historical Museum.

The letter above was written to her father in discussion of her feelings for a young man with whom she was hiding. She later added:

"Don't think of me as a fourteen-year old, since all these troubles have made me older."
Should be a good exhibit. If you're reading this and you happen to be in Amsterdam, go see it and tell us how it is.


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