Dara Horn’s fierce and often hilarious new collection of essays gives hope and backbone to the living
In an excerpt from his new book, ‘The Blessing and the Curse,’ Tablet’s literary critic looks at two young girls’ tragic and lively diaries, one universalist, which appeals to readers of every background, and one Zionist, with its Jewish specificity
How the day neo-Nazis marched in America—and Anne Frank—made my Israel
Enough with the children’s books about Anne Frank!
The very private non-Holocaust-related life of Anne Frank: teenage manga girl, tampon-marketer, European traveler, and emblem of the twin evils of war and intolerance—and the Japanese ‘culture of apology’
Amsterdam’s Dutch Resistance Museum Junior offers spectacular interactive education
“I am relieved that both my sons have never stepped foot inside an Italian stadium,” said a representative of one of Italy’s top soccer clubs
Lawmaker calls the decision ‘tasteless,’ but the company sticks to its decision
After hooligans use her image to taunt their cross-town rivals
Inspired by Anne Frank, the museum seeks to translate and digitize 200 never-before-seen diaries from Holocaust victims and survivors
The Amsterdam museum built the artificial intelligence program with Facebook
Why the sudden rush to Shoah analogies from people who just handed over the keys to the Middle East to the Iranians? And why did Trump leave the Jews out of remembrance of the genocide?
Months before Frank and her family were arrested, she wrote a few lines of ‘encouragement’ to her friend, ‘Cri Cri’
‘The Tree in the Courtyard’ features Anne Frank, soldiers, and death—questionable fare for the pre-school set
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber gets sued over bodyguards’ anti-Semitic taunts
An excerpt from a new collection of essays by children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors
A fan of her diary? There’s an app for that.
Grown from the chestnut tree that stood outside Frank’s Amsterdam home
All of Tablet’s latest stories—in your inbox, daily. Subscribe to our newsletter.