What could be better than to cultivate yourself this Saturday, June 25, by trying to find out a little more about “Anne Frank” who has the honors of the home page of the Google search engine with a colorful and animated Doodle entitled “Tribute to Anne Frank. A Doodle that pays homage to Anne Frank, the world famous German-Dutch Jewish columnist and Holocaust victim whose diary everyone knows. A Doodle, illustrated by Doodle Art Director Thoka Maer, which marks the 75th anniversary of the publication of the first edition of Anne Frank’s diary.
75th anniversary of the publication of the first edition of Anne Frank’s diary
If you go to the home page of your favorite search engine, you will notice that the usual Firm logo has once again been replaced by a colorful and animated Doodle entitled “Tribute to Anne Frank”. A Doodle that marks the 75th anniversary of the publication of the first edition of Anne Frank’s diary.
Wikipedia tells us that ” Annelies Marie Frank, better known as Anne Frank, was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt am Main in Germany under the Weimar Republic, and died in February or March 1945 in Bergen-Belsen in Nazi Germany, is a German teenager known for writing a diary. This will be reported later in the book The Diary of Anne Frank (1947), written during the two years when she lived in hiding with her family in Amsterdam in the Netherlands, then under German occupation, in order to escape deportation which later turned out to be extermination (Shoah) “.
A Doodle that pays homage to Anne Frank
To return to the Doodle of the day, as Google explains to us about this tribute: “ Today’s Doodle slideshow pays tribute to Anne Frank, world-renowned German-Dutch Jewish columnist and Holocaust victim. Although she only wrote it between the ages of 13 and 15, her personal account of the Holocaust and the events of the war remains one of the most poignant and widely read accounts to date. Today’s Doodle features real excerpts from her diary, which describes what she, her friends and family went through in hiding for more than two years. Today is the 75th anniversary of the publication of his diary, which is widely regarded as one of the most essential books in modern history. “.
Anne Frank did not survive the horrors of the Holocaust, but her account of those years, commonly referred to as ” Anne Frank’s diary has since become one of the most widely read books. It has been translated into more than 80 languages and remains a reference work today for educating today’s generations about the Holocaust and the terrible dangers of discrimination and tyranny. A newspaper which has never had so much resonance with the war which is currently taking place at the gates of Europe.
All you have to do is click on the logo to go directly to the Google results page dedicated to “Anne Frank”, but you can especially take a few moments to read the extracts from her diary on the various images in the slideshow. This presentation mentions the Holocaust, a sensitive subject for some. The text of The Diary of Anne Frank has been edited for brevity. Excerpt: It’s a very strange feeling, for someone like me, to write a diary. It seems to me that later neither I nor anyone will be interested in the confidences of a 13-year-old schoolgirl…
(Illustration: Capture Google Doodle Anne Frank)