The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank

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Pan Macmillan, 2000 - Holocaust survivors - 224 pages
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Six powerful, harrowing, fascinating interviews with women who knew Anne Frank in the final seven months of her life. Everyone knows the story of Anne Frank-the extraordinary Diary that she wrote during her two years in hiding in the Secret Annexe. But few have even the sketchiest knowledge of how that story ended. Here six women whose lives touched Anne Frank's in her final months tell their story-of the terrible journey east to Auschwitz, the daily privations and terror of the death camps, and of the friendships and courage that transcended even the most vile conditions. Anne Frank's story did not end with her last words in the Diary; it ended alone on a filthy floor at Bergen-Belsen. These women are the lucky ones that survived.

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Anne Frank's now famous diary stops days before her hiding place was found and she began a forced journey to Auschwitz. Through her record of ordinary life in a terrible era, she became a voice for ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Willy Lindwer was born in 1946 in Amsterdam - the son of Jewish parents who survived the German occupation in hiding. His is a film-maker and has produced numerous documentaries for Dutch television. He originally recorded these interviews for a documentary that marked the sixtieth anniversary of Anne Frank's birth.

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