"Anne Frank: A History for Today", an exhibition of photographs and archival information, takes visitors to Nazi-occupied Europe during the Second World War as it follows Anne's journey from homeland Germany to the promise of refuge in the Netherlands, but back to a German concentration camp.
With the focus on educating school and university children about the brutality of the Second World War and the Nazis' cruelties, the diplomat also invited about 50 students to the exhibition.
In India, many school curriculums have Anne's account "The Diary of a Young Girl" as essential reading, making her story widely known.
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