Second World War

Ronald Leopold, executive director Anne Frank House, gestures as he talks next to the passage to the secret annex during an interview in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years may have solved one of World War II’s enduring mysteries: Who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family? Their answer, outlined in a new book, is that it most likely was a Jewish lawyer called Arnold van den Bergh. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Cold case team shines new light on betrayal of Anne Frank

Investigation reveals teen’s family may have been betrayed by man trying to save own family

 

Kanzo and Misuyo Kurushima pose for a portrait with their daughter Ritsuko in Vancouver in 1929. Tsugio Kurushima’s parents and older siblings were sent to a internment camp in Slocan in 1942.                                 Photo courtesy of                                 Tsugio Kurushima

Japanese Canadians reflect on internment hardships

Luncheon in Victoria on Sunday to feature guest speakers