Thursday, November 18, 2010

Anne Frank

The beret is likely one of the very few subjects that hasn't been written about regarding Anne Frank; the poor girl's short life has been so much studied, spelled-out and analysed - what would she have thought of that?
And here I add my little bit as well, with this 1937 passport photograph.

Father, Otto Frank, took to wearing a beret as well, after the war. Pictured here on a Getty's© photograph with his second wife Fritzi at the Anne Frank Memorial Forest in Israel, circa 1965. 
And here in an Amsterdam street, again together with his wife Fritzi and Victor Kugler, who helped Anne Frank and her family hide from the Germans during the occupation of the Netherlands.
Pictured here sisters Ruth, Eva and Mirjam Wiener, playmates of Anne, in Amsterdam in 1940.

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