Beyond the Diary
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A photobiography compiled by staff members of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and lavishly illustrated with photos from the House archives as well as from the private collections of Otto Frank and Miep Gies, the woman who rescued the diary.
More than 105 captioned photographs, documents, and illustrations, along with poignant narrative and excerpts from the diary, take the Franks from prewar days in Germany to their capture by the Nazis. Cutaway drawings show how the family lived in the Secret Annex, while maps trace their concentration camp journeys after August 4, 1944. The book features statements from the last people to see Anne alive at Bergen-Belsen just weeks before the camp was liberated. Includes a chronology, notes on different versions of the diary, and sources.
Quantities are limited.
8" x 9½"
5 and up