Jewish diarist, born in Germany
She was a German diarist, but she wrote her diary in Amsterdam in The Netherlands from 1942-44 until capture by the Germans.
A documented account of the Frank family and their struggle in the Holocaust
Derogatory slang for "German"
Anne Frank's diary was published in 1947 in the Netherlands under the title Het Achterhuis (in English: 'The Annex'). The diary has been translated into more than 50 languages and sold millions of copies
1929-1945. A German-Jewish girl, wrote a vivid, tender diary while hiding from the Nazis
1989, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of her birth
Composer and pianist; Harmonia Mundi, 2001