It is a tragic irony that an anonymous teenage girl, one of nameless millions who perished in German concentration camps during World War II, a child who surely never so much as met a publisher, should have emerged as the most famous writer of the twentieth century. Yet Anne Frank's diary, primarily penned in an Amsterdam attic during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, has served to humanize the horrors of the Holocaust for generations of readers. First published in English in... More >>>