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The footsteps of Anne Frank

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The footsteps of Anne Frank
Call No: 949.207 S35t

Call Number949.207 S35t
Dates1961; ©1958
Statement of ResponsibilityErnst Schnabel.
Creators & ContributorsSchnabel, Ernst (author)
Winston, Richard (translator)
Winston, Clara (translator)
Frank, Anne (subject)
Frank family (subject)
Summary"Ernst Schnabel interviewed 42 of the people mentioned by Anne Frank in her diary, including her father, other family members, and close relatives and friends, in order to offer an accurate picture of who she actually was. Otto Frank initiated this project, such was the demand for more information about his daughter following the publication of her diary—as well as to combat growing accusations at the time, from the far right, that the diary was fake... This [book] broadens the picture we have of this extraordinary young girl. It also tells the [story] of her family's betrayal, and its disastrous aftermath in the concentration camps of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen." —Southbank Publishing (publisher of a later edition)
Contents
  1. The Focus and the Paths
  2. The Beginning of the Trail and the Shadow
  3. When We Were Still in Normal Life
  4. Ten Seconds
  5. Deadlines and Top-Secret Orders
  6. The Walk in the Rain
  7. Marginal Notes
  8. More Deadlines
  9. The Final Solution
  10. Visiting Hours after 9 am
  11. The Journey into Night
  12. The End of the Trail, and the Moss
  13. The Diary of Anne Frank
Physical Description 157 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 18 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherLondon : Pan Books Ltd
Notes
  • "Unabridged" —Title page
  • "First published in Great Britain in 1959 by Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd." —Title page verso
  • The British Library identifies the translators of this work as Richard and Clara Winston