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   Adler, David.  Picture Book of Anne Frank. US 1993. 

   Anne Frank's Tales from the Secret Annex. Double Day and
          Company, INC.  Garden City, NY. 1984.

   Birstein, Ann and Alfred Kazin.  "Introduction." Works of Anne Frank.
          Double Day and Company, INC.  Garden City, NY. 1959.

   Brown, Gene.  Anne Frank, Child of the Holocaust. New York, NY 1991.

   Cohen, Steven A.  Anne Frank in the World. Uitgeverij Bert Bakker,
          Amsterdam. 1985: 10-24, 44-120.   (published by the Anne Frank

   Films for the Humanities and Societies.  The Life of Anne Frank 
          Videocassete.  Princeton, NJ. USA.  1991.  45 min.

   Frank, Anne Anne Frank, the diary of a young girl. 1952.
          English translation by B. M. Mooyaard-Doubleday.

   Jong, De. L.  "The Origin of the Diary." A Tribute To Anne Frank.
          Frank Fehmers Production, Amsterdam, Holland.  1970: 18,19.

   Gies, Miep and Alison L. Gold.  Anne Frank Remembered: The story of the
          Woman Who Helped to Hide the Frank Family. Simon and 
          Schuster. New York. 1987.

   Rol, Rudd van der and Rian Verhoeven. "Anne Frank, Beyond the Diary".
          Penguin Group. New York, New York. 1993.

   Schnabel, Ernst.  Anne Frank: A portrait in courage. Harcourt,
          Brace and Company. New York. 1958.



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