Anne Frank Exhibit

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Anne Frank in the World:
1929 – 1945 Exhibition

South Brunswick Twp. Community Center
Woodlot Park, New Road
Monmouth Junction, New Jersey

October 6 – November 1, 1996


Anne Frank in the World is an international exhibitcomposed of more than 600 photographs, documents, and excerpts from AnneFrank’s diary and her workbooks. Please bookmark this site and come back for a visit; we will be updating regularly.

About the Exhibit
      THE ANNE FRANK IN THE WORLD EXHIBITis a powerful vehicle for teaching about the causes, instruments and dangersof discrimination and racism, and of the dangerous consequences spawnedby hate, violence and brutality.

      Through 600 photographs and commentary,the exhibit traces the historical developments during the pre-Nazi erathrough the end of World War II. It discusses events and conditions whichled up to World War II, the growth of the Nazi Party, the dismantling ofdemocracy, the escalating persecution of “enemies”, and the relationof these events to current issues.  The exhibit, together with otherrelated programs, will help Central Jersey communities focus on promotingracial, ethnic, and religious understanding.

      The exhibit was developed by theAnne Frank House in Amsterdam, and it is sponsored in North Americaby The Anne Frank Center, USA as a traveling exhibit which visitscommunities across the country to educate the public about Anne Frank’sstory, and the horrors of the Holocaust.  To date, the exhibit hasbeen seen by over 2,000,000 visitors in 91 cities.

Educational Themes
      By examining the eventsand conditions that led to the rise of Nazism and to the Holocaust theexhibit will explore four themes:

  • Discrimination is Cruel and Irrational
  • Ordinary People Discriminate Against Others
  • Discrimination is a Personal Choice
  • Stereotyping and Bias Continue Today

Opportunities for Community Involvement
      Volunteers are solicited toact as greeters, docents (tour and exhibit guides), trainers, book shopworkers, and several other areas. If interested, please contact the “VolunteerPlacement Committee”. Contact information is listed at this page’sbottom.

Exhibit Details & Contact Guide
             October6 – November 1, 1996
Hours:             Monday- Friday           10:00AM – 4:30 PM
                                               7:00PM – 9:00 PM
                     Saturdays& Holidays        10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
                     Sundays                     Noon- 5:00 PM
Admission:      $1.00 per student,$2.00 per adult

Please contact us for information regardinggroup and special needs, and for volunteer opportunities.

     Anne Frank Exhibit
     South Brunswick Department of Recreation& Community Affairs
     Municipal Building
     P.O. Box 190
     Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

(908) 821-2811

      (908) 329-4000,  ext.671

he exhibit is located1/2 mile west of US Route 1 in Monmouth Junction, NJ,  roughlymidway between New York City and Philadelphia.

From Points North or South
New Jersey Turnpike (North or South) to Exit 9,  NewBrunswick … After toll, bear right and follow signs for “Route 18W”and “US Route 1 South” … Exit onto Route 1 South … About10 miles south on Route 1 to New Road … Right turn onto New Road …1/2 mile to the exhibit at the Woodlot Park, South Brunswick CommunityCenter.

From Points East
Route 18 West to “US Route 1 South” …Exit onto Route 1 South … About 10 miles south on Route 1 to New Road… Right turn onto New Road … 1/2 mile to the exhibit at the WoodlotPark, South Brunswick Community Center.

From Points North-West
Route 78 East to Route 287 South … Exit onto Route1 South … Route 1 to New Road … Right turn onto New Road … 1/2 mileto the exhibit at the Woodlot Park, South Brunswick Community Center.

From Pennsylvania
Route 95 to US Route 1 North … Route 1 to New Road… Left turn onto New Road … 1/2 mile to the exhibit at the WoodlotPark, South Brunswick Community Center.

Thank you for visiting. Pleasecome again.
This page last updated on July3, 1996.