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Bernhard "Buddy" Elias, 82, had kept the materials for decades in his Swiss attic before permanently loaning them to the Anne Frank House - the museum incorporating the tiny apartment where the family hid during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands - to mark the 60th anniversary yesterday of the first publication of The Diary of Anne Frank. The donation includes Otto Frank's letter informing his mother in Switzerland that his daughters Anne and Margot and his wife, Edith, died in Nazi concentration camps, the letter his mother wrote responding to diary excerpts that Otto sent her, and the recently discovered photograph of Anne and her older sister on the beach in With Mr Elias's collection, the Amsterdam museum holds nearly all known historical material about the family, including the postwar years when Otto Frank - the only survivor - compiled and promoted the diary.
The students who were huddled inside the auditorium of Newport Harbor High School with their parents had been photographed at a house party barely four days earlier. That image, which was shared thousands of times on social media and drew the attention of national media outlets, showed a group of smiling youth performing a Nazi salute as they stood around a swastika formed by red Solo cups. On Thursday, March 7, they came face to face with Eva Schloss, an year-old Holocaust survivor who had been imprisoned at the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp and survived. Schloss, who lives in London, had come to Orange County this week to speak at a scheduled program at Chapman University. When local Jewish leaders asked her if she would meet with the students involved in the swastika incident, Schloss said, she readily agreed.
For four years, the great European powers fought a gruesome battle. In response, Austria-Hungary set Serbia an ultimatum. If Serbia failed to meet its demands, the Austro-Hungarian army was going to invade Serbia. The Serbs accepted all demands, except one. They wanted to investigate the murder themselves, without interference from the Austro-Hungarian representatives.
Peter van Pels was 15 years old when he had to go into hiding with his parents. They arrived at the hiding place one week after the Frank family. Peter was the only boy in the Secret Annex. Peter was the son of Hermann and Auguste van Pels. In , Peter's parents decided to leave because of the Nazis' antisemitism. The family moved to Amsterdam.