This 2015 video is called THE SHORT LIFE OF ANNE FRANK – Discovery History Biography War (full documentary).
From AFP news agency:
24 January 2017 – 17H59
Anger at Croatian school’s snub of Anne Frank exhibit
ZAGREB – A Croatian school came under fire Tuesday for refusing to display an exhibition on Jewish diarist Anne Frank because it included panels on crimes committed by the country’s World War II pro-Nazi regime.
The exhibition, prepared by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, was due to be displayed at a high school in the coastal town of Sibenik from Tuesday last week.
But the organisers withdrew the same day after the school’s director Josip Belamaric refused to allow six panels explaining the role of Croatia’s wartime Ustasha regime, saying the pro-Nazis were presented as “criminals” while their rival communists’ crimes were ignored.
The Simon Wiesenthal Centre, based in Los Angeles, has written to Croatia’s charge d’affaires in Tel Aviv in protest at Belamaric’s behaviour and seeking his immediate dismissal.
“A failure to do so will indicate that Ustasha nostalgia is perfectly legitimate in today’s Croatian school system,” wrote the head of the centre’s Israeli office, Efraim Zuroff.
The exhibition, due to be displayed until mid-February, had previously been presented in 23 Croatian towns without any problem, the organisers said.
Frank died in Germany’s Bergen-Belsen concentration camp early in 1945, aged 15, less than a year after the Nazis found her and her family members.
Croatia’s conservative Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, who came to power after a snap election in October, has pledged to move away from extremism.
After just four months in office, tensions inside the Croatian government coalition are mounting. Although the conservative Democratic Union (HDZ) and the right-wing liberal Most (Bridges) party are agreed on a right-wing programme, the government of Prime Minister Andrej Plenković is in deep crisis: here.