Such is the scale of loss experienced during the Holocaust that it is almost impossible for most of us to fully comprehend its magnitude. Yet, amidst the 11 million people who died in the Ghettos and Camps set up across Europe by the Nazi regime, it is possible to personalise the suffering and to walk in the footsteps of one who experienced this at first hand.
The diary of Anne Frank is still one of the most widely read publications and continues to prove a real inspiration for many. This tour is designed to follow her journey from hiding in Amsterdam, through the transportation to Auschwitz and then eventually to Bergen-Belsen where she was murdered.
Living Under Nazi Rule