Anne Frank – ‘Let me be myself’
Exhibition by the Anne Frank House in the Liberation Museum
me be myself, then I’ll be happy’ is what Anne Frank wrote in her diary on 11
April 1944. The Liberation Museum presents a traveling exhibition with the same
name from 8 April until 31 July 2019.
It is the successor to an earlier exhibition that has reached 10 million people
all over the world since 1995. ‘Let me be myself’ connects the life story of
Anne Frank with the most important events in WW2 and current events.
exhibition exists out of several main elements. The first part of the
exhibition tells Anne Frank’s life story with all the events she has
experienced.Anne’s own diary is also
discussed, with additional information about, among other things, the rise of
national socialism, the start of the Second World War, and the persecution of
the Jewish people in the Netherlands. The second part of the exhibition makes a
connection to current affairs. You will hear from young people who, following
the story of Anne Frank, tell us about their place in society, discrimination,
their ideals and expectations. The exhibition is enriched by several core
objects and an impression of ‘het
Achterhuis’, the place where Anne and her family went into hiding during the
me be myself’ is an educational production by the Anne Frank House and is a
combination of fascinating displays, audio-visual material and a number of core
objects. The exhibition has English and German handouts.
Photo: Anne Frank Stichting
Liberation Festival at the Liberation Museum Groesbeek
The National Liberation Museum 1944-1945 in Groesbeek organises its annual Liberation Festival on 5 May 2019.
Exposition Anne Frank – ‘Let me be myself’
The Successful exhibition by the Anne Frank House in the Liberation Museum
The Communists. In Resistance to Fascism and Capital
Exhibition extended until 31 March 2019
Construction of the New Liberation Museum has begun. The desired rebuilding can begin, we have a go.
The National Liberation Museum in Groesbeek (municipality of Berg en Dal) is preparing for the future.
Liberation Festival & Children’s Flea Market 2018
The National Liberation Museum 1944-1945 in Groesbeek will once again hold its Liberation Festival with various fun activities for all ages on Sunday 16 September 2018.
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