Who Was Anne Frank

In her incredible diary, Anne Frank revealed the challenges of a youth spent forced into hiding by Hitler's Nazi regime.

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Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141369523

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

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In her incredible diary, Anne Frank revealed the challenges of a youth spent forced into hiding by Hitler's Nazi regime. This concise and engrossing biography, aimed at young readers, uncovers Anne's life before the secret annex, the traumas of going into hiding, and the legacy of her diary. Maps and diagrams provide historical and visual references in a way that young readers will find fascinating and accessible. Puffin's 'Who Was . . . ?' book series presents young readers with clearly-written biographies of some of history's most renowned individuals.

Anne Frank s Tales From The Secret Annex

The now famous diary of her private life and thoughts reveals only part of Anne's story, however. This book rounds out the portrait of this remarkable and talented young author.

Author: Anne Frank

Publisher: Turtleback Books

ISBN: 9781417617777

Category: History

Page: 189

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A collection of the author's lesser-known writings includes stories, personal reminiscences, previously deleted excerpts from her diary, and an unfinished novel composed while she was hidden from the Nazis.

Victor Kugler

This book is based on Eda Shapiro's interviews with Kugler conducted in Toronto in 1969-73. Born in Bohemia, Kugler (1900-1981) was a business partner of Otto Frank in Amsterdam in 1933-42.

Author: Victor Kugler

Publisher: Gefen Books

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 136

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This book is based on Eda Shapiro's interviews with Kugler conducted in Toronto in 1969-73. Born in Bohemia, Kugler (1900-1981) was a business partner of Otto Frank in Amsterdam in 1933-42. When the Frank family went into hiding in 1942, Kugler continued to manage the business, and he materially supported the Franks in their Secret Annex. He appears in Anne Frank's diary as Mr. Kraler. After the Secret Annex was exposed and the Frank family was arrested by the Nazis in August 1944, Kugler was also arrested and sent to the Amersfoort internment camp. Later he was sent to the labor camps of Zwolle and Wageningen. He managed to escape from the latter camp shortly before the liberation. In 1955 Kugler settled in Canada. Mentions the symphonic and vocal composition "From the Diary of Anne Frank" by Czech-born Canadian composer Oskar Morawetz. Kugler was recognized by Yad Vashem as a Righteous Gentile, and received other awards by Canadian institutions for helping the Frank family and the others hiding in the Secret Annex.

LIFE

Anne Frank's "Diary," the world-famous story of a young girl which movingly
symbolized the triumph of childhood's innocence over totalitarian brutality, ends
abruptly in 1944 when the Franks were captured by the Nazis. How Anne lived
out her ...

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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

The Play of the Diary of Anne Frank

Dramatisation of the events in the diary of Anne Frank. The play tells the story of Anne Frank who went into hiding for two years with her family and friends before being discovered by the Nazis and sent to the concentration camp.

Author: Frances Goodrich

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435233143

Category: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Page: 154

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A powerful and faithful dramatisation of the events in the diary of Anne Frank who, with family and friends, hid for two years from the Nazis before being discovered and sent to a concentration camp. An excellent play in itself, it also forms an active introduction to the original diary.

Anne Frank

That office contained the only way to get into the back building, which Anne
called the Annex. 14 This model shows the warehouse and secret apartment. ...
The Helpers The five people who helped the Franks hide. Chapter 3 The secret
annex.

Author: Kassandra Kathleen Radomski

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ISBN: 1474774849

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Page: 32

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Shortly after her 13th birthday, Anne Frank and her family were forced into hiding. It was World War II and the German Nazis were rounding up Jewish people and either killing them or sending them to work in concentration camps. During her time in hiding, Anne wrote about her experiences in her diary. What was the fate of Anne and her family? What became of her diary? Find the answers to these questions and more in this fascinating biography.

Anne Frank

Traces the life of thirteen-year-old Anne Frank, who went into hiding from the the Nazis with her family in 1942.

Author: Magdalena Alagna

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780823933730

Category: Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Page: 111

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Traces the life of thirteen-year-old Anne Frank, who went into hiding from the the Nazis with her family in 1942.

Anne Frank s Story

The life story of Anne Frank, from her early happy childhood in Frankfurt, growing up in Amsterdam, her two years in hiding and the last few months of her life in the concentration camps.

Author: Carol Ann Lee

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141924845

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

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The life story of Anne Frank, from her early happy childhood in Frankfurt, growing up in Amsterdam, her two years in hiding and the last few months of her life in the concentration camps. Narrated in six clearly written chapters, this biography for children answers the many detailed questions about Anne that readers of the Diary often have, and includes interesting anecdotes from friends who survived her. There is an Historical Note at the beginning of the book and a map of Europe, so that children will be able to understand the situation at the time, and an Introduction by Anne Frank's cousin, Buddy Elias.

The Diary of Anne Frank

The account of World War II Jewish refugees hiding in occupied Amsterdam from the viewpoint of a young teenaged girl in the group.

Author: Anne Frank

Publisher: Pan

ISBN: 9780330107372

Category: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Page: 223

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The account of World War II Jewish refugees hiding in occupied Amsterdam from the viewpoint of a young teenaged girl in the group.

Miep and the Most Famous Diary

Miep Gies was a woman who rose to bravery when humanity needed it and risked everything for her neighbors. It is because of Miep we know Anne Frank--and now, this is Miep's story.

Author: Meeg Pincus

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press

ISBN: 153414630X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

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The story of Anne Frank and her diary is one of the world's most important and well-known, but less is known about the woman who sheltered Anne and her family for years and, ultimately, rescued Anne's diary from Nazi clutches. Miep Gies was a woman who rose to bravery when humanity needed it and risked everything for her neighbors. It is because of Miep we know Anne Frank--and now, this is Miep's story.

The Diary of a Young Girl

In her diary Anne Frank recorded vivid impressions of her experiences during this period.

Author: Anne Frank

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 0307776204

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank’s remarkable diary has since become a world classic—a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. “The single most compelling personal account of the Holocaust ... remains astonishing and excruciating.”—The New York Times Book Review In 1942, with Nazis occupying Holland, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl and her family fled their home in Amsterdam and went into hiding. For the next two years, until their whereabouts were betrayed to the Gestapo, they and another family lived cloistered in the “Secret Annex” of an old office building. Cut off from the outside world, they faced hunger, boredom, the constant cruelties of living in confined quarters, and the ever-present threat of discovery and death. In her diary Anne Frank recorded vivid impressions of her experiences during this period. By turns thoughtful, moving, and amusing, her account offers a fascinating commentary on human courage and frailty and a compelling self-portrait of a sensitive and spirited young woman whose promise was tragically cut short.

The Cat Who Lived With Anne Frank

Accompanied by beautiful, vivid art, this book is a perfect introduction to a serious topic for younger readers, especially at a time when respect and inclusion are so important.

Author: David Lee Miller

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1524741515

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

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Told through the warm lens of a beloved pet, The Cat Who Lived with Anne Frank captures the life of a young girl filled with promise in a way that young readers can appreciate and understand, with art by the NY Times bestselling illustrator of I DISSENT! When Mouschi the cat goes with his boy, Peter, to a secret annex, he meets a girl named Anne. Bright, kind and loving, Anne dreams of freedom and of becoming a writer whose words change the world. But Mouschi, along with Anne and her family and friends, must stay hidden, hoping for the war to end and for a better future. Told from the perspective of the cat who actually lived with Anne Frank in the famous Amsterdam annex, this poignant book paints a picture of a young girl who wistfully dreams of a better life for herself and her friends, tentatively wonders what mark she might leave on the world, and, above all, adamantly believes in the goodness of people. Accompanied by beautiful, vivid art, this book is a perfect introduction to a serious topic for younger readers, especially at a time when respect and inclusion are so important. Praise for The Cat Who Lived With Anne Frank: "This gentle introduction to one of the darkest times in modern history . . . can also provide a starting point for more in-depth study, reading, and discussion." --School Library Journal "A gentle but effective introduction to one aspect of the Holocaust, and to this well-known family. . . . an independent read for those at the upper end of the age range. It is an excellent resource for introducing the Holocaust in classrooms." --Jewish Book Council

Yours Anne

Anne Frank's diary is combined with memories from people who knew her to create this biography.

Author: Lois Metzger

Publisher: Scholastic Incorporated

ISBN: 9780439590990

Category: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

Page: 97

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Anne Frank's diary is combined with memories from people who knew her to create this biography.

Anne Frank s Family

The story is one that is envisioned by many: a relative, an old woman who has lived in the same home for a lifetime, passes away, her death prompting the inevitable task of sorting through her effects by her surviving family.

Author: Mirjam Pressler

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 9780385533874

Category: History

Page: 425

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The story is one that is envisioned by many: a relative, an old woman who has lived in the same home for a lifetime, passes away, her death prompting the inevitable task of sorting through her effects by her surviving family. But in the attic in this particular house, a treasure trove of historic importance is found. Rarely does this become an actuality, but when Helene Elias died, no one could put a price on what she left behind. Helene Elias was born Helene Frank, sister to Otto Frank, and therefore aunt to Anne Frank. Ensconced upstairs in the house she inherited from her mother, and eventually passed on to her son, Buddy Elias, Anne’s cousin and childhood playmate, was the documented legacy of the Frank family: a vast collection of photos, letters, drawings, poems, and postcards preserved throughout decades—a cache of over 6,000 documents in all. Chronicled by Buddy’s wife, Gertrude, and renowned German author Mirjam Pressler, these findings weave an indelible, engaging, and endearing portrait of the family that shaped Anne Frank. They wrote to one another voluminously; recounted summer holidays, and wrote about love and hardships. They reassured one another during the terrible years and waited anxiously for news after the war had ended. Through these letters, they rejoiced in new life, and honored the memories of those they lost. Anne’s family believed themselves to ordinary members of Germany’s bourgeoisie. That they were wrong is part of history, and we celebrate them here with this extraordinary account. Insert Authors’ photo: © Jürgen Bauer Mirjam Pressler is one of Germany’s most beloved authors. She was the German translator of Anne Frank’s diary.

Anne Frank the untold story

ANNE FRANK, THE UNTOLD STORY casts a new light on Anne Frank's short life, by means of previously unknown witnesses and documents. That makes this book a valuable addition to her world-famous Diary.

Author: Joop van Wijk

Publisher: Vior Webmedia

ISBN: 9082901315

Category: History

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A “never-before-told true story about Anne Frank” and a “carefully hidden truth” as well as Bep and her fathers “boundless loyalty in life” are important issues. Beautifully written with simplicity. Many facets about the hiders in the Secret Annex in Amsterdam have been highlighted throughout the years, but, remarkably enough, the role of Otto Frank's young secretary Bep Voskuijl, Elli Vossen in Anne Frank's Diary, has received very little attention. Belgian journalist Jeroen De Bruyn and Bep's son Joop van Wijk dove into her past and reconstructed her tragic, but fascinating life. Bep is 23 years old when, in 1942, she is let in on the secret of the eight hiders on Prinsengracht. During the next 25 months, she becomes a pillar of support for Anne Frank, with whom she builds an intense friendship. Bep buys clothes and food for the hiders and supplies Anne with paper to write her diary. Things aren't easy for Bep: her father, the maker of the famous revolving bookcase, becomes gravely ill in 1943, and her sister collaborates with the Germans. Bep leads a double life, keeping this secret from her boyfriend and family. When the Germans raid the hiding place on August 4, 1944, and arrest the hiders, Bep escapes in horror. Later, she rescues a large part of Anne's writings. The news of the deaths of seven out of the eight hiders - only Otto Frank returns from the concentration camps - leaves deep scars. ANNE FRANK, THE UNTOLD STORY casts a new light on Anne Frank's short life, by means of previously unknown witnesses and documents. That makes this book a valuable addition to her world-famous Diary. Moreover, it's a tribute to those brave Dutch people who risked their lives to save Jews. Finally, the book adds a remarkable name to the list of people who could have betrayed the hiders of the Secret Annex. Jeroen De Bruyn (1993) wrote for various Belgian magazines and for the Gazet van Antwerpen, the newspaper for which he is currently editor. Joop van Wijk (1949) is Bep Voskuijl's youngest son. As a marketing manager, he was connected to Dutch newspapers NRC Handelsblad and Algemeen Dagblad for years.

Dear Cara

In this volume, the story told in The Diary of Anne Frank continues and expands.

Author: Cara Wilson

Publisher: North Star Publications

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 163

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In this volume, the story told in The Diary of Anne Frank continues and expands. Through his letters, Otto, Anne's father and the only survivor in the Frank family, became a treasured wise friend to thousands of young people around the world, by giving simple, honest responses to their questions. Cara, a young American girl, kept his letters, followed his advice, and honored Otto as a surrogate father. Nearly 20 years later, as a grown woman and mother, Cara journeyed to Amsterdam to see the home where Anne had been hidden in an attic for two years before her murder. Cara listened to some of the holocaust stories from the Dutch people who had sheltered the Franks, and then traveled to Switzerland to fulfill a life-long dream: to finally meet her mentor in Switzerland. There she found Otto, who had not forgotten those who had betrayed their wartime hiding place, but neither did he wish for revenge. He had managed, through his own radiant spirit and the poignant words of his dead daughter, to embrace the best in people - and forgive those who had been the worst.

The Legacy of Anne Frank

This is due in part to the merits of a travelling exhibition created by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam in 1985 which has so far been seen by over 9 million people.

Author: Gillian Walnes Perry

Publisher: Pen and Sword History

ISBN: 9781526731043

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 248

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From her secret hiding place in wartime Amsterdam, the Jewish teenager Anne Frank wrote heart-wrenchingly about the terrors of a captivity that would ultimately end with her death at the hands of the Nazis. In her world-famous diaries, she described with remarkable honesty her transition from childhood to a deep thinking, opinionated and passionate teenager. The life she longed to live, during which she would help to create a more caring world, was tragically not to be. In August 1944, she and her family were captured and deported to Auschwitz. Two years after her death from starvation and disease in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, her diary was published. It quickly became an international sensation, going on to influence hearts and minds for over seventy years. Although many books and literary analyses have been written about Anne Frank's life and diary, none have explored the surprising influence she has had on young people in countries all over the world, helping to shape their moral framework and giving them critical life skills. This is due in part to the merits of a travelling exhibition created by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam in 1985 which has so far been seen by over 9 million people. The Anne Frank exhibition, along with its innovative educational and cultural activities, has circumnavigated the globe many times. In this fascinating study, Gillian Walnes Perry explores the various legacies of Anne Frank's influence. She looks at the complex life of Anne Frank's father and the motivations that powered his educational philosophy. She shares new insights into the real Anne Frank, personally gifted by those who actually knew her. Global icons such as Nelson Mandela and Audrey Hepburn relate the influence that Anne Frank had on shaping their own lives. This book presents - all in one place and for the very first time - the inspirational stories of a diverse variety of people from all over the world, brought together by the words of one particularly articulate and inspiring teenage victim of the Holocaust.


Dear Anne Frank

Fifty years have passed since the death of Anne , who would have been my
stepsister . Sadly we cannot say that there has been no more persecution . The
Anne Frank Educational Trust UK , of which I am a Trustee , is becoming
recognized ...

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Publisher: Penguin Uk

ISBN: 9780140376166

Category: Education

Page: 96

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A selection of entries to the 'Dear Anne Frank' writing competition - letters from children of 5-16, to Anne Frank, telling her their thoughts about her life and the world today.

An Obsession with Anne Frank

She probes the subject from an impressive array of angles, considering a wide variety of types of experiences. This book is extraordinarily fine and I enthusiastically recommend it."--Lynn Davidman, author of Motherloss

Author: Lawrence Graver

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520212206

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 254

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"Lawrence Graver's book is a precise and generous account of dreadful obsession, in which deep issues are reduced by paranoia into misery all around--and work for many lawyers. It's sad, true to my knowledge of Meyer Levin and others enmeshed in the history--infinitely sad."--Herbert Gold, author of Fathers "Beautifully and poignantly told, this story holds a mirror up to American Jewry's own coming to terms with the Holocaust. It is by turns captivating and heartbreaking, the story of both Levin's obsession and his search for Jewish and American identity after the Holocaust. In this literary history, Lawrence Graver also reanimates the diary itself, returning it to the time and place from which it was torn fifty years ago."--James Young, author of Writing and Re-writing the Holocaust and TheTexture of Memory "A gripping account, easy to read in one or two sittings, hard to put down. The balance between sympathy for Levin and criticism of his mounting obsession is exquisitely established and beautifully maintained, culminating in remarkable insight."--Morris Dickstein, author of Gates of Eden "Beyond Anne Frank is so beautiful and thoughtfully written that I really couldn't put it down. Diane Wolf's voice is human and humanistic, without glossing over any painful realities. She probes the subject from an impressive array of angles, considering a wide variety of types of experiences. This book is extraordinarily fine and I enthusiastically recommend it."--Lynn Davidman, author of Motherloss