Personal Interest In The Holocaust

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In class, Joan started talking about the importance of reading to children. This talk reminded me of how I began to become interested in the Holocaust. My family introduced me to the history of the WW2 and the Holocaust rather early; I have memories of discussing the subject when I was around 6. This subject has always been a family interest. My personal interest started with a book my mother read to me when I was around 8 or 9. She had always discussed Anne Frank and decided I was finally at an age where I needed to know more about her life in depth. She bought me a Dorling Kindersley “kid-friendly” biography and read it to me 3 or 4 times. I quickly became obsessed with Anne Frank. We frequently visited Amsterdam throughout my childhood,
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