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Anne Frank Exhibition

Photograph of Anne Frank and her diary
Anne Frank photograph with her diary.

Anne Frank epitomizes the devastation of antisemitism for people all over the world. Her talent as a young writer, her wit and intellect, her sass and humor, her care and compassion for others, her humble desire for self-improvement, show an incredible human being with an indomitable, loving spirit. The best-known, tragically beloved document of the Holocaust, Anne’s diary reveals to audiences the incalculable and senseless loss of human potential. 

The Anne Frank exhibit includes informational banners, UGA student guides and a short film which helps tell the story of Anne Frank's life and legacy.
Photo credit: Laney Martin

The Anne Frank Volunteers program at the University of Georgia offers visitors guided tours of an exhibit of the story of Anne Frank, the young woman who wrote a diary of her experiences during the rise and spread of Nazism in Europe. Every tour presents a unique opportunity to learn from a student docent who has undergone training to insightfully engage with groups and offer keen historical perspectives.   The exhibit details the conditions Anne and her family faced as assimilated Jews living under the dark cloud of Nazi occupation. This important and timely program illuminates Anne's story with visuals of the Frank House, the attic where she and her family hid, and the circumstances they endured, providing a powerful historical lens for viewing the modern world.

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