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Anne Frank born on 12 June 1929 in Frankfurt am Main is one of the most renowned and most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Acknowledged for the quality of her writing, her diary has become one of the world's most widely read books, and has been the basis for several plays and films.
* Frank, Anne (1995) <1947> Frank, Otto H.; Pressler, Mirjam eds. (in Dutch) Het Achterhuis <The Diary of a Young Girl – The Definitive Edition> Massotty, Susan (translation) Doubleday ISBN 0-553-29698-1 ; This edition, a new translation, includes material excluded from the earlier edition.
* Frank, Anne and Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation (1989). The Diary of Anne Frank, The Critical Edition. Doubleday. ISBN 0-385-24023-6.
* Lee, Carol Ann (2000). The Biography of Anne Frank – Roses from the Earth. Viking Press. ISBN 0-7089-9174-2.
* Müller, Melissa (1999) <1998> (in German) Das Mädchen Anne Frank <Anne Frank: The Biography> Kimber, Rita and Robert (translators) Henry Holt and Company ISBN 0-7475-4523-5 OCLC 42369449. ; With a note from Miep Gies.
* van der Rol, Ruud; Verhoeven, Rian (for the Anne Frank House); Quindlen, Anna (Introduction); Langham, Tony & Peters, Plym (translation) (1995). Anne Frank – Beyond the Diary – A Photographic Remembrance. Puffin. ISBN 0-14-036926-0.
* Westra, Hans; Metselaar, Menno; Van Der Rol, Ruud; Stam, Dineke (2004). Inside Anne Frank's House: An Illustrated Journey Through Anne's World. Overlook Duckworth. ISBN 1-58567-628-4.
* Jacobson, Sid and Colón, Ernie (2010). Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. ISBN 978-0-8090-2685-2.
I have a personal intrest in the Holocaust and Anne Frank is a critical part of fitting all the pieces of the puzzle together to get a mental picture of the holocaust into our brain, and whether we want to or not it is very important so that a disaster as horrifying as this one will not happen again..