It’s late in the reception of The UNI Hotel; 23:21. Some guest’s are still awake, they having a party, to enjoy life… and do not think about other things like:
Surely not, do you?
What about this?
Anne Frank’s book of fairy stories sells for €55,000 at New York auction
A book of fairy stories that was owned by Anne Frank has been sold at auction in New York for €55,000, double the original estimate. The book was sold in an auction held by the city’s Swann Auction Galleries. It is a German language version of the Grimm fairy tales, featuring Snow White and Hansel and Gretel. Anne has written her name and that of her sister on the first page. The book was left behind when the family moved their possessions to the secret annex where they hid for most of the war. The book was bought by the Museum of World War II near Boston. It is the first time in 20 years something that belonged to Frank has come up for sale. Kenneth Rendell, the museum’s founder, told the New York Times the book would be a centerpiece of the museum’s Holocaust collection. This includes material relating to other members of the Frank family, as well as what he called ‘very human pieces’ from others who had been in concentration camps.(Source)
Searching ‘Holocaust‘ on the web, found: “Anne Frank’s concentration camp was liberated by British troops just weeks after her death.” (Source)
Besides Jews, others deported to Auschwitz included 150,000 Poles, 23,000 Romani and Sinti, 15,000 Soviet prisoners of war and 400 Jehovah’s Witnesses. (Source)
Searching ‘Jehovah’s Witnesses‘ on the web, found:
It’s now here in Pokhara, Nepal 01:07 So I going to lay in my sleeping bag… Can’t say: ‘See you tomorrow, cause it’s already today 😉