Anne Frank
Learning About the Holocaust

Images & Presentations

Students' Responses to Anne Frank

On this page you will find hyperlinks to files which contain work by young people from the UK, and around the world, who have studied Anne Frank's life.

Graphic Presentations

These presentations are written to support speaking and listening work — they are not meant simply to be read on screen.

Feel free to use them as they are, or adapt them.

They are written for Microsoft Powerpoint.

If you do not have this application, you can obtain a free viewer from the Microsoft Office Converters and Viewers site.

Click on the link below to go this site.

In Internet Explorer, click with the left mouse button to open and run the file; use your right mouse button to save to your local PC drive.

In some other browsers you may have to click with the left mouse button and choose from the menu whether to open or save the file.

These are quite large files, so they may take some time to download.

Click on the links to save or open the Powerpoint graphic presentations
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Anne Frank's House Is Now a Tourist Attraction

This is an account by two students of their visit to the Anne Frank Huis in Prinsengracht, Amsterdam. It is published as a portable document file (.pdf). You can open the document in your browser window, or save it (download) to a local drive in your computer. If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, then a left mouse-click will open the file in its associated program, and a right mouse-click will give you a menu, from which you can choose to save the file. In this case, you can use the save as and browse options to specify where to save. If you are using some other browsers, a left mouse-click will give you a menu, from which you can choose to open or save the file.

To read portable document files, you need reader software, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader ™.

This is available as a free download from

Click on the links to save or open the portable document file
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Image Files for You to Use

The photographs on this page were all taken by teachers from East Riding schools.

The pictures of the Anne Frank house and Westerkerk are available in three sizes - thumbnails (as displayed on this page, which are all 80 pixels wide), medium size files, suitable for display on websites, or to illustrate print documents (which are all 300 pixels wide) and larger files, which have not been compressed in any way.

These will take longer to open or download, but will give you far more quality of detail.

Other pictures are available only as thumbnails and medium size images.

To open an image file click on the hyperlink with your left mouse button.

To save the file to your PC or other media, click with your right mouse button.

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Students' Work to Read

The hyperlinks below will open up documents sent in by teachers and students.

If you would like your work to be displayed on this site, please send it to us.

  • Anne Frank: written work from Chiara, Danielle, Jelena and Laura
  • Anne Frank: written work from Alessia, Elena, Rachel and Wandana

Thanks to Marco Koene, of Veurs College, Leidschendam, den Haag, Netherlands, for sending in these documents.

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Anne Frank Image Files

The Anne Frank Huis, Museum and Westerkerk Today
Anne Frank Huis - Picture 1
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Holocaust Image Files

Please be aware that the situations depicted in some of the following images are harrowing, and caution should be exercised when exposing young or very sensitive children to them.

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