In 1942 two Jewish families, both called Frank, entered into hiding, one in Amsterdam, the other in The Hague. This is the dramatic story of the “other” Frank family -- the one that survived.
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"Anyone who has thrilled to the story of Anne Frank will want to read this book. . . . The tensions roused by the gripping narrative reflect the complexities of war, history, and fate."--Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
"A major contribution to our understanding of the Second World War in all its complexity."--John Keegan in his Introduction
"Gordon Sander's book will appeal to anyone who was moved by Anne's diary, answering as it does the oft-asked question of what might have become of Anne Frank had she survived. It also is beautifully written."--Carol Ann Lee, author of The Hidden Life of Otto FrankAbout the Author:
Gordon F. Sander is an American journalist and historian. His acclaimed documentary, written for BBC Radio 4, inspired this book. He is the author of Serling, which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He is currently artist-in-residence at Risley College, Cornell University.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110091794889
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