An exhibit on Anne Frank and the Holocaust opened in Dublin’s central library. Designed for educational purposes by the curators of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, “Anne Frank: A History for Today” supplements the well-known story of the Frank family with testimony from Holocaust witnesses. The exhibition, which opened Monday and ends Feb. 25, is the most-visited Dutch exhibition abroad and will be shown elsewhere in the world later this year.
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