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Bell Ringer: The Diary of Anne Frank and Billy Elias
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Bell Ringer: The Diary of Anne Frank and Billy Elias

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Grade Level Grades 6-12, Higher Education
Resource Type Handout

About This Lesson

Anne Frank's cousin and closest living relative, Buddy Elias, spoke at the U.S. Holocaust Museum's opening of the exhibit, “Anne Frank the Writer - An Unfinished Story.” Anne Frank was the Dutch Jewish teenager who kept a diary of her experience during the Nazi occupation of Holland, first at her home, then in hiding for two years. She eventually died in a Nazi death camp in 1944.

3 MINUTES

  • Describe the last time Buddy Elias saw and corresponded with his cousin, Anne Frank.
  • When did Otto Frank learn of his daughter Anne’s death? Explain his response to finding and reading her diary.
  • According to Buddy Elias, what was Anne Frank’s dream? Explain how this has been realized through her diary.

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March 2, 2023
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