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A Frank View, Part 2

Shortly after the arrest of the people in hiding, everything was removed from the Secret Annex.  When the hiding place became a museum years later, Otto Frank wanted the rooms to always remain unfurnished.  In order to show how the Secret Annex looked during the hiding period, small scale models have been made and are […]

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A Frank View, Part 1

If you have been reading my blog for a while you know that I have recently enjoyed a trip to Amsterdam.  If your new to this blog, you have some catching up to do, please look back at the archives, because you have missed much.  Don’t worry, you can catch up, we will wait for […]

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The Rise and Fall of an Artist

I readily admit that I did not fully appreciate or know the role Amsterdam has played in our Worlds History.  Amsterdam was home to Anne Frank and her family and friends, she was in fact living in a hidden room in a house in the middle of one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Amsterdam.  Many […]

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