Anne Frank’s stepsister Eva Schloss: Is anti-Semitism on the rise?

The horror of the Holocaust still haunts Eva Schloss. Here she explains why it is more important than ever to spread the message of "never again"

By Serena Kutchinsky  

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Eva Schloss has lived her life in the shadow of both the Holocaust and her stepsister, Anne Frank, who would have turned 84 last week. At 85, Eva, who lives in London with her husband, is sharp and energetic. As the co-founder of the Anne Frank Trust, this former antiques shop owner, tours school and prisons teaching tolerance. Just like Anne Frank, her family were forced into hiding in Holland, betrayed and sent to concentration camps (in her case it was Auschwitz,…

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