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THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL

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Length: 398 pages5 minutes

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The author of "THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL—THE DEFINITIVE EDITION" is a fifteen year old Jewish girl with big black eyes, who is lively and clever, but died in the Nazi concentration. A youth life died, just like the blooming flowers faded, however, she left precious heritage -- the diary she wrote in the black room. It is a true record of the Nazi crimes and desire for the humanity and peace. This diary was published after the war, and became the most effective literature in the twentieth Century. Her name is Anne Francke, which is also a very familiar name to the engineers and their parents.

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