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'A truly remarkable book.'
The New York Times
With Anne Frank's fateful escape to Amsterdam with her family and fellow Jews, began her journey of writing. Her diary brings to light trials and tribulations of a 13-year-old girl who saw the horrors of racism and Holocaust at a very tender age. She stood trapped between World War II and her own battles, the ones she fought with using her mind and with a pinch of humour.
The story of the Frankfurt family by far remains one of the most insightful accounts of World War II. The original version of the diary was published by Otto Frank, Anne's father, in Dutch in 1947.
The most compelling personal account of the Holocaust
Has been read by over 10 million people ever since it was first published in 1947
A moving account of a young girl caught in the evil of the Holocaust
A brilliant testament to the human spirit
A compelling memoir of a sensitive and spirited young woman