My name is Anne, she said, Anne Frank

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For years after Anne Frank's diary was published, the identity of her 'best friend' was secret. Then Jacqueline van Maarsen owned up. Here, Maarsen writes about the Anne she knew and presents a moving account of their remarkable friendship, and also provides a revealing look into life under Nazi occupation.
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Grouping Title my name is anne she said anne frank
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display_description "In 1938 Jacqueline van Maarsen's Dutch Jewish father succeeded in registering his French Catholic wife with the Jewish Council. From that moment, his two daughters were also considered to be Jewish and as a result they were sent to a special school for Jewish children. It was at this very school that the young Jacqueline and Anne Frank became fast friends, although Jacqueline managed to avoid Anne's fate thanks to her strong-willed mother who persuaded the German Registration Bureau to undo her listing as a Jew." "Whilst the Frank family was forced into hiding, Jacqueline escaped deportation and left her school just a few months after her best friend 'had gone to Switzerland', as Jacqueline had been led to believe. It was only when the war was over that Anne's father, Otto, revealed the truth and Jacqueline finally discovered what had happened to her friend. In My Name is Anne, She Said, Anne Frank, Jacqueline tells the story of a fascinating and remarkable friendship, and we finally get to meet the young girl Anne referred to in her diary as her 'best friend'."--BOOK JACKET
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subject_facet Autobiographies, Frank, Anne, -- 1929-1945, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam, Jews -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography, Maarsen, Jacqueline van
title_display My name is Anne, she said, Anne Frank
title_full My name is Anne, she said, Anne Frank / Jacqueline van Maarsen ; translated from the Dutch by Hester Velmans
title_short My name is Anne, she said, Anne Frank
topic_facet Frank, Anne, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Jews, Maarsen, Jacqueline van