The story of Anne Frank so touched Boyd Klap that he was moved to help bring an exhibition of the world’s most famous Holocaust victim to New Zealand.

Anne Frank’s life, made famous by the diary she wrote while in hiding in Amsterdam, reminds him of his own World War II experiences when Hitler’s army invaded the Netherlands.

Mr Klap, who is 83, just three years older than Anne would have been if she were still alive, remembers the day German troops rode through his home town of Deventer.

A teenager at the time, he recalls that Jewish neighbours