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the diary of a young girl

by vineet khangwal

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ABOUT THE BOOK
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BOOK NAME - THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL


AUTHOR NAME - ANNE FRANK


PUBLISHER NAME - OTTO FRANK


FIRST PUBLISHED - 1947 [ IN DUTCH LANGUAGE ]


SECOND PUBLISHED - 1952 [ IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ]


SETTING - AMSTERDAM and HOLLAND
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Anne Frank, in full Annelies Marie Frank, (born June 12, 1929, FRANKFURT, Germanyโ€”died February/March 1945, Bergen-Belsen CONCENTRATION CAMPS, near Hannover), Jewish girl whose diary of her familyโ€™s two years in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands became a classic of war literature.
Early in the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler, Anneโ€™s father, Otto frank (1889โ€“1980), a German businessman, took his wife and two daughters to live in AMSTERDAM. In 1941, after German forces occupied the Netherlands, Anne was compelled to transfer from a public school to a Jewish one. On June 12, 1942, she received a red-and-white plaid diary for her 13th birthday. That day she began writing in the book: โ€œI hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.โ€
Though her writings survived, Anne died of typhus fever at the age of 15. For decades, historians listed the date of her death as occurring on March 31, 1945 โ€” a mere two weeks before the Bergen-Belsen camp was liberated by the American forces
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Anne Frank, in full Annelies Marie Frank, (born June 12, 1929, FRANKFURT, Germanyโ€”died February/March 1945, Bergen-Belsen CONCENTRATION CAMPS, near Hannover), Jewish girl whose diary of her familyโ€™s two years in hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands became a classic of war literature.
Early in the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler, Anneโ€™s father, Otto frank (1889โ€“1980), a German businessman, took his wife and two daughters to live in AMSTERDAM. In 1941, after German forces occupied the Netherlands, Anne was compelled to transfer from a public school to a Jewish one. On June 12, 1942, she received a red-and-white plaid diary for her 13th birthday. That day she began writing in the book: โ€œI hope I will be able to confide everything to you, as I have never been able to confide in anyone, and I hope you will be a great source of comfort and support.โ€
Though her writings survived, Anne died of typhus fever at the age of 15. For decades, historians listed the date of her death as occurring on March 31, 1945 โ€” a mere two weeks before the Bergen-Belsen camp was liberated by the American forces