NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — The stepsister of Anne Frank designed to accommodate Thursday with Southern California high propagandize students who were photographed gleefully giving Nazi salutes around a swastika shaped by celebration cups during a party.
Eva Schloss, an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor, was to pronounce secretly with those students during Newport Harbor High School in Newport Beach and speak to news media afterward, pronounced Rabbi Reuven Mintz of a internal Chabad Center for Jewish Life.
The celebration print flush final weekend, intolerable a rich strand village as a teenagers were identified as students from Newport Harbor High and other internal schools.
School officials and other leaders cursed anti-Semitic actions, and hundreds of people came to a assembly during a propagandize Monday to demonstrate outrage.
Like Frank, a world-famous Jewish diarist who died in a Holocaust, Schloss and her family went into stealing in Amsterdam during World War II though were tricked and sent to a Auschwitz genocide camp. She was eventually released by a Russian army in 1945.
Schloss, whose mom married Frank’s father, Otto Frank, in 1953, has told her story in talks to schoolchildren and in books including “Eva’s Story: A Survivor’s Tale by a Stepsister of Anne Frank.”
Frank was innate in Germany and fled to a Netherlands with her family as Adolf Hitler rose to power.
After Germany invaded a Netherlands, her father combined a tip vital space where she kept her now-famous diary for dual years before being discovered. She died in a Bergen-Belsen thoroughness stay during age 15.