Anne Frank’s 90th anniversary, well-known for her diary, Google posted an introductory article about Anne’s diary and her childhood home. This content was posted on Google Arts & Culture apps and sites. It includes materials and images of her who lived to avoid the persecution of Nazi Jews, and Street View showing her family.
Anne Frank has lived in a Dutch Amsterdam shelter for two years. However, the Netherlands was occupied by Germany and sent to concentration camps, which eventually led to the death of a 15-year-old under severe circumstances.
Using public content, you can see the inside of the Amsterdam house where Anne was hiding. Inside the room decorated in the style of 1930s, you can also see the writing space of a small refugee writer. You can also see the only video that caught her by chance looking down at the newlyweds smiling over the window of the house. It even includes a detailed episode of her famous diary publication and testimony of a person who knows her.
Through such content that reflects her life, it is likely to be an opportunity to reconsider what peace is and what war is. For more information, please click here .