AMSTERDAM (AP).- Nearly all of Anne Frank’s diary
went on display for the first time at the Dutch house where she wrote it
the two years the Jewish teenager was in hiding from the Nazis. The
and pages that comprise the World War II diary have been moved into the
Frank House museum to mark 50 years since it opened its doors to the
Dutch Queen Beatrix opened the exhibition, then attended a commemoration
17th century Western Church a few dozen steps from museum.