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Anne Frank

Anne Frank was a German-born Jewish girl whose family fled to Amsterdam after the Nazi Party gained power. After hiding from the German occupying forces for two years, the family was captured, and Anne died in a concentration camp in 1945. The diary she kept while in hiding was published by her father, the only surviving family member, in 1947.

— From June 2019
The Dog-Eared Page

excerpted from The Diary Of A Young Girl

One good thing has come out of this: as the food gets worse and the decrees more severe, the acts of sabotage against the authorities are increasing.

June 2019
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