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Anne was wiped out forever, yet her words were not. Read and remember the horrors of war. Anne’s remarkable diary tells how she and Jewish family dodged the Nazis for two years by hiding in a secret attic in Amsterdam. Written in that attic, it describes the struggles that Anne’s family faced, as well as her feelings about growing up. Tragically, Anne didn’t survive the war. Her family were betrayed to the Nazis, and she died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. But until her capture, she wrote regularly in this diary. Today it remains one of the most important books of the 20th century: a brave, startling tale of one girl’s life at the epicentre of world history.
- A remarkable eyewitness account from World War II
- Written by a Jewish teenager who died in the Holocaust
- Fascinating mix of the mundane and the extraordinary
- Anne’s lively voice shines clear and true throughout