ANNE FRANK REMEMBERED
The Story of the Woman Who Helped to Hide the Frank Family
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In this moving, autobiographical account, Miep Gies explains her underground humanitarian life in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam.
A trusted friend and employee of Anne Frank’s father, she became increasingly outraged at Nazi oppression and risked her own life to become the family’s lifeline while they were in hiding. Throughout the book, she shares her impressions of Anne from their first meeting through the war, and finally reveals how she saved the diary, not reading it, expecting to give it to Anne when she came back.
Simon and Schuster
Approximately 250 pages