Anne Frank in the world, 1929-1945
|Format:||Print Book 2001|
|Availability:||Available at 9 Libraries 11 of 11 copies|
In the spring of 1945, 15-year-old Anne Frank died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. In 1947, Otto Frank published his daughter's diary. To date, The Diary of a Young Girl has appeared in more than 50 different editions and has sold more than 20 million copies.This photo essay is an invaluable resource for readers of Anne's diary. It offers a portrait of the Frank family, including many never-before-published photographs. And it also provides an account of the events between 1929 and 1945 that forced the Franks into hiding and resulted in their discovery and imprisonment in concentration camps. With more than 250 photographs, this book helps readers to see what Anne saw and brings the turbulent events that shaped her world into sharper focus.
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|Publisher|| New York :Alfred A. Knopf :2001
Distributed by Random House,
|Edition||1st American ed.|
Anne Frank Stichting.
Rev. ed. of the original text, translated from the Dutch, of De Wereld van Anne Frank 1929-1945 which was published to accompany the international traveling exhibition of the same name in 1985.
144 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
0375911774 (lib. bdg.)