Anne Frank : a history for today

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Anne Frank : a history for today
Call No: YA 949.207 A61a

Call NumberYA 949.207 A61a
Dates[2010]; ©2010
Statement of Responsibilityediting, Menno Metselaar, Ruud van der Rol.
Creators & ContributorsMetselaar, Menno (editor)
Rol, Ruud van der (editor)
Forest-Flier, Nancy (translator)
Anne Frank House (contributor)
Frank family (subject)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Summary"This book recounts the life story of Anne Frank using a wide selection of family photos and passages from the diary. Her biographical narrative is enhanced by testimony from Holocaust survivors and information about the period in which she lived." —Back cover
  • Statements about Anne Frank
  • 1929 "I was born on June 12, 1929"
  • 1929–1932 "Anne in a rain puddle, crowing with pleasure"
  • 1933 "The world around me collapsed"
  • 1935–1937 "If they saw us together..."
  • 1938–1939 "Our lives were not without anxiety"
  • Hans Massaquoi: "You'll be next"
  • 1939–1940 "The trouble restarted for the Jews"
  • 1941–1942 "A series of anti-Jewish decrees"
  • 1942 "Margot has to report"
  • Miep Gies: "I am not a hero"
  • July 6, 1942–August 4, 1944 "An ideal place to hide in"
  • Hannah Pick-Goslar: "It wasn't the same Anne"
  • Janina Bauman: "I was just lucky"
  • Hannes Weiss: "We were nocturnal animals"
  • Ruth Wallage-Binheim: ”Today I can say it: 'Gassed'"
  • Otto Frank: "I've lost everything, except for my life"
  • After 1945 "After the war..."
  • After 1945 "Therefore it is impossible for me to see it"
  • After 1945 "I answer them as well as I can"
Source of photographs
Source of quotations
Physical Description 94 pages : illustrations (some colour), facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 20 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherAmsterdam : Anne Frank House
  • Includes bibliographical references (page 93)
  • Translation of: Anne Frank: een geschiedenis voor vandaag
RecognitionGifted in 2012 by the Anne Frank Foundation



Frank family (subject)


Anne Frank House (contributor)