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In a blog post on Wednesday, Google said:With this online service, you will be able to visit Annie Frank's shelter for childhood in Amsterdam, Netherlands, all rooms are in the 1930s style.
Annie at the Jewish AcademyGoogleThe same below)
It is reported that since 2005, Annie's home has been handed over to the Dutch Literature Foundation. This World War II refuge allowed the Annes to struggle to survive in a foreign country.
(Anne and her sister Margaret used to live in this room.)
Ronald Leopard, director of the Annie Foundation, said: "This is a place where free breathing and tolerant expression are given."
(The only photo of the two sisters and their parents)
This cooperation opened the prelude to Annie's 90th anniversary celebration. During her stay in the refuge, she recorded her life in detail before being sent to the Nazi concentration camp. Unfortunately, Anne died of typhus at the age of 15.
Many Jews moved from Germany to the Netherlands because of the spread of anti-Semitism, and the Annes lived in the house near Melville Square for nine years.
(Anne's red and white checked diary)
Despite being forced to leave her hometown, Anne's mother Edith Frank said in a letter to a friend: "the room here is bright, comfortable and warm."
(The family's secret hiding place, next to the Prince's Canal)
One of the highlights of the exhibition is Anne's bedroom with her sister, Margaret, and photographs of her childhood. In addition, you can view a valuable video shot by Annie's family one year before they hide.
Anne Frank House VR（Via)
Michelle Timmerman, director of communications and public affairs at Google, said:
Google Art and Culture Project（Google Arts) Having worked with Anne's House for many years, the new exhibition aims to make the story more accessible to the public, and the exhibition will exist indefinitely.
It is reported that at present, Google Arts & Culture has reached cooperation with about 2000 cultural institutions in 80 countries.