Anne Frank’s House Interactive

History teachers might be interested in this interactive version of the Anne Frank house.

Produced by the Anne Frank Museum, pupils can move and look around the house and see it as it would have looked during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. The Secret Annex Online has been created using photos of the actual furnished Secret Annex, as it looked then. You can even see areas that you can’t see if you were to visit the museum in real life.

The rest of the site contains a wealth of teaching materials to support this topic, it’s well worth a look.

Visit the Secret Annex here: http://www.annefrank.org/secretannex

Thanks to Nik Peachy for sharing the link via Twitter.

Author: dannynic

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