Anne Frank: An Unauthorized Biography

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Heinemann Library, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 56 pages
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Heinemann Profiles examines the lives of people who have contributed to the history of the last century. Each of these fascinating unauthorized biographies tells the story of an important individual and analyzes their achievements, beginning with their lives as young people. The introduction explains the impact the person has had on the twentieth century, then substantiates this with personal history, quotations, primary sources, and photographic evidence.

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The Rise of the Nazis
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Conquered
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Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Richard Tames lectures on London's history for the Institute of Tourist Guiding, which trains the city's prestigious Blue Badge guides. He is the author of twenty books on London, where he lives.

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