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Anne Frank Center at USC - College of Education | University of South  Carolina

The University of South Carolina is the Official U.S. Partner of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and the only partner site in North America.


The Anne Frank Center on the USC campus brings to life the story of the young Jewish girl who – in the pages of her world-renowned diary – documented two years of hiding in German-occupied Amsterdam during World War II. By sharing Anne's legacy with visitors, students and teachers, USC’s Anne Frank Center seeks to inspire our commitment to never be bystanders but instead to stand up together against antisemitism, bigotry and inequality wherever it may exist today.



Defendants at the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal in the Palace of Justice Courtroom on November 27, 1945.

People pictured (see also image notes) :

first row, from left to right, Alfred Rosenberg (1893-1946, hanged), Hans Frank (1900-1946, hanged), Wilhelm Frick (1877-1946, hanged), Konstantin von Neurath (1873-1956), Walther Funk (1890-1960) ;
second row, Alfred Jodl (1890-1946, hanged), Franz von Papen (1879-1969), Arthur Seyss-Inquart (1892-1946, hanged), Albert Speer (1905-1981), Julius Streicher not firmly identified (1885-1946, hanged).

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This is just a selection of titles. To find a more comprehensive list of titles, please see the Holocaust Collection.  You can also find books available in the D800's and DS 130's.  Also, use the catalog to search for Nazi Germany, Hitler, and World War II.  Use the index (back of the book) to look for Jews or Holocaust.