Anne Frank

“The most stirring staging of the play I have ever seen.”

May 1 2020 12:01AM

Those “20,000 charming children would all too soon grow up into 20,000 ugly adults.”

Rafael Medoff
June 13 2019 12:01AM

When it comes to the horrors of the Holocaust, and to its heroine as a writer, it falls short.

Ari Folman and David Polonsky
Jan. 15 2019 12:01AM

“People love dead Jews. Living Jews, not so much.”

Oct. 31 2018 12:01AM

What is the “Anne Frank Center” anyway?

Emma Green
April 26 2017 12:01AM

Not only a story of rescue.

Nina Siegal
July 20 2016 12:01AM

The principle of havdalah.

Giles Harvey
June 27 2016 12:01AM

Why are so many Jews convinced that Jewish history, and Jewish pain, exist only to serve the needs of others?

Feb. 15 2016 12:01AM

An exhibit bearing the Dutch girl’s name decries modern-day instances of hatred and ethnic and cultural prejudice. Missing is any mention of anti-Semitism.

Brendan Simms
April 18 2014 12:01AM

A new exhibit at Los Angeles’s Museum of Tolerance restores Anne Frank’s diary to its horrific historical context—and then distills that context into fantasy. . .

Oct. 15 2013 12:00AM

A new book explains FDR’s failure to act decisively on behalf of European Jewry in terms of political constraints on his presidency; but some constraints require transcending.

Ira Katznelson
July 10 2013 12:00AM