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By Tamara Hollingsworth

Anne Frank's diary has turn into some of the most generally learn books on the earth. Readers will know about Anne as she went into hiding from the Nazi celebration during this nonfiction identify. via shiny photographs, informational textual content, timelines, and a thesaurus of phrases, readers will notice the hardships Anne and her kin went via that allows you to keep away from being despatched to a focus camp. This inspiring biography permits young ones to seem as much as Anne and locate wish in each state of affairs, simply as she did.

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60 That may be the case for a national memorial that is kept alive by annual commemorative ceremonies. But how shall other monuments succeed in attracting interest in a historical event or person if not by their own presence? This will happen only if their design succeeds in attracting attention, thus having the power to spread knowledge about the subject to whom they are dedicated, to keep memory alive, and to shape future remembrance. 62 Introduction 21 The reconstruction of the brief history or the historical context can, of course, help avoid misinterpretation or help one to come to a deeper reading of a monument.

The monument is a lasting result of a prior process, but it has to speak for itself. 59 Consequently, I disagree with James E. ”60 That may be the case for a national memorial that is kept alive by annual commemorative ceremonies. But how shall other monuments succeed in attracting interest in a historical event or person if not by their own presence? This will happen only if their design succeeds in attracting attention, thus having the power to spread knowledge about the subject to whom they are dedicated, to keep memory alive, and to shape future remembrance.

This phenomenon points to the universal character of the Wallenberg narrative. An investigation of all Wallenberg monuments in these countries from the angle of national memory would, however, be met with a number of serious problems; the necessary language skills would be the least of these. The documentary evidence about the monuments’ brief histories varies enormously in the various cases and is often difficult to collect at all. In many cases, it is a real challenge to identify the key persons responsible for a monument’s coming to existence and establish the true motives for the person’s engagement.

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