The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust is sponsoring on behalf of the state the internationally acclaimed, award-winning exhibition Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945.
5920 Roswell Rd. Suite A-209, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
To make a donation in memory of Eva Galambos, please click here.
Anne Frank in The World: 1929 -1945 was developed by the Anne Frank House and is sponsored in North America by The Anne Frank Center USA.
The exhibit uses over 600 photographs to tell the story of one young girl growing up in Europe against the backdrop of the events that culminated in World War II and the Holocaust. Anne Frank's life changed forever when she and her family went into hiding from the Nazis in 1942. As they prepared to leave their Amsterdam apartment, the first item Anne packed was her diary. For two years, she continued to write in her diary while in hiding at "het achterhuis - the Secret Annex". Her last entry is dated 1 August 1944, three days before the inhabitants of the annex were arrested. Anne and her sister Margot died the following spring of typhus at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
The exhibit is currently hosted by the City of Sandy Springs. The space includes:
- Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 photographic exhibit
- Daily showings of "The Short Life of Anne Frank" 28 minute film directed and produced by Gerrit Netten
- Available in Spanish, French, and Hebrew
- Witness to the Holocaust: WWII Veteran William Alexander Scott III at Buchenwald photographic and essay exhibit
- Replica of Anne Frank's room
- "Witness to the Holocaust" sculpture series by artist Devorah Sperber
- Middle and High School student artwork
- Temporary exhibits on loan
The exhibit is open to the general public. Admission is free.
Book a Tour
Free docent-led tours are available for group sizes between 10-50 visitors. Click here for more information and to book a tour.
Enjoy a free audio tour of the Anne Frank Exhibit courtesy of Georgia Radio Reading Service. Click here to access the audio file.
Selection of Visitor Comments
"It was very informative and a great civil service provided by Sandy Springs."
"Seeing the exhibit made me realize that we should never let history repeat itself. We are our brother and sisters keeper!"
"This visit helped to tie those memories together and made me want to go out with renewed vigor to combat racism, bigotry and prejudice."
"This was a very poignant and moving exhibit. I am heartened to see this effort to help us remember. The visit helped me want to go out with renewed vigor to combat racism, bigotry and prejudice."
"So good of the Sandy Springs community to hold this exhibit and offer it to people to come and see the horrors that took place and the courage of those who resisted and survived. We must never forget!"
"The essence of the Holocaust was captured in a profound manner. The story and history recaptured and told in a memorable manner. An excellent example of the tragedy of our dark history."
"I really commend whoever organized this exhibit. Everyone should be required to see it. Very profound..."
"Great educational tool that all generations should see. I will tell others about the exhibit."
"Thank you for the much larger and more informative and educational exhibit than we expected. One of the best exhibits we have seen."
"Every student needs to see this exhibition. It should be mandatory curriculum."