Bakery in Amsterdam shamed for name in honor of the young victims of the Holocaust

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Anna Frankfoo: Anne Frank House (Museum)

Pastry shop in Amsterdam, Anne & Frank has been criticized on Twitter for a bad choice of name and had to change it. This became known to The Independent.

Photo: @DrukkeToestand

The name of the bakery refers to the name of Anne Frank became a symbol of the suffering of the Jewish people during the Holocaust. The proprietor, Roberto admitted that he chose the title because of the close location of the store to the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam, which now houses its Museum. “I thought it was a pretty name. Anne Frank is a heroine, including for me,” admitted the owner of the eponymous pastry shop.

However “beautiful” the name of the bakery had to taste not all. Many criticized the owner of Anne & Frank for the tactless connection confectionary with the name of the young victims of Nazism. “Even if the owners name was Anna and Frank, less shocking, this fact would not,” wrote Twitter user Drukke Toestand.

Anne Frank — a Jewish girl, hiding with his family in the Netherlands after Hitler came to power. She went down in history thanks to the diary in which he denounced Nazism and embodied the suffering of millions of people associated with the Holocaust. Anne Frank died of typhus in concentration camp Bergen-Belsen in Germany in 1945 at the age of 15 years.

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