An exhibition on the life of Holocaust victim Anne Frank has opened in Dunedin, having been brought to the city by someone who was a teenager during the Nazi occupation of Holland.

Boyd Klap (92) immigrated to New Zealand after World War 2, spending some time in Dunedin before moving to Wellington, and remembers the persecution of the Jews as if it were yesterday.

Mr Klap is the chairman of  Anne Frank New Zealand, an organisation which brought to the country an exhibition created by the Anne Frank House museum in Amsterdam.

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