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Anti-Semitism: Anne Frank Center in Berlin gets a new boss - Berlin

Anti-Semitism: Anne Frank Center in Berlin gets a new boss – Berlin

The time will come on June 1st. Later historian Veronica Nahm Anne Frank accepts the administration of the center Berlin. So far, she has been in charge of the center’s political education work, presenting an exhibition about Anne Frank’s life (“Everything About Anne”) as well as travel exhibitions and projects at House Schwarzenberg next to the Hacksey Huff in Mitte.

“I know how effective the Anne Frank Center is in the field of historical-political education and in preventing anti-Semitism, because I look forward to my new position as director,” said Veronica Nahm, who took office as the new head.

Holocaust denial and relativism and anti-Semitism are on the rise in society, which is why the Anne Frank Center’s prevention work with children and young people is particularly important.

Veronica Nahm, 42, studied history and law in Munich, Berlin and Paris. From 2004 to 2007 he worked in the field of education and arbitration at the German History Museum. Former director of the center, Patrick Siegel, is moving to Finde.at, the Austrian federal government’s “Holocaust Education” organization.

Prevention of anti-Semitism. Veronica Nahm Anne Frank is the new head of the Center Berlin.Photo: Advertising / Ruth Fiber.

The Am Frank Center is a German affiliate of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Berlin. Anne Frank and her Jewish family remained in hiding until August 1944, when they were invaded by German occupiers Auschwitz deported them to the extermination camp. Anne Frank died in 1945 in the Bergen-Belsen camp. She was 15 then.

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The Berlin Anne Frank Center was established in 1994 to bring the Anne Frank Travel Exhibition to Berlin. In November 2018, the “All About Anne” exhibition opened in a new modern format. The show provides insight into Anne’s life, thoughts and feelings. Younger audiences in particular need to be addressed in this way.

Due to the epidemic, the exhibition is currently closed. However, the center offers interactive live tours Website annefrank.de Can be booked.