Anne Frank: Beyond the Diary – A Photographic Remembrance

In over one hundred pictures, many never before published, Anne Frank’s life, as a normal girl growing up, is portrayed in this moving account, with photographs of her and her family before she went into hiding. Historic photographs and excerpts from Anne’s diary expose the worsening political situation and oppressive conditions that marked the last years of her life. Finally, the testimony of the people who last saw Anne and her sister Margot alive reveals the tragedy that follows. Publishers Weekly, in a starred review, called this book “A superb exploration of the particular and the universal meanings of a seminal work.”

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