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Anne Frank: Anne Frank 80 Years by Ronald Wilfred Jansen is a collection of photographs portraying the life and times of Anne Frank. Starting with her home till 1931, the photographs recount her escape and the first house where she lived in Amsterdam. The swimming pool that was out of bounds for Jews, the school where Anne Frank studied during 1934–41 as well as the statue of Anna Frank with her diary that now adorns that place. The image of the barracks where she was held captive, the gas chambers at Auschwitz, and many other photographs of extermination of Jews can be seen in this album.
Anne Frank: Anne Frank 80 Years by Ronald Wilfred Jansen is a collection of photographs with life, more like a tableau. Though there is nothing gruesome or frightening in these pictures, all the images evoke highly disturbing memories. With the short and factual captions accompanying these images, each one speaks volumes. Ronald has done a marvelous job; this book is capable of inspiring the reader and viewer to delve deeper into the history of the Holocaust and Anne Frank. The message taken from this contributes to the mutual tolerance and understanding between people and cultures. I am sure that this book can make people more involved with the story of Anne Frank and the horrors of war in general. An excellent piece of work, this book is bound to provoke action to maintain the freedom of conscience by reminding us of Anne Frank.