The period chronicled in the diary
Before going into hiding
Arrest and concentration camps
The Diary of a Young Girl
Publication of the diary
Praise for Anne Frank and the Diary
Challenges by Holocaust deniers and legal action
Holocaust and World War II related
- Anne Frank Remembered — a documentary film made in 1995 about the life of Anne Frank
- Auschwitz concentration camp
- Corrie ten Boom
- Etty Hillesum — a Jewish woman who kept a diary during the war
- The Holocaust
- The Netherlands in World War II
- Tanya Savicheva — a Russian girl who recorded the deaths of her family over a six month period during the Siege of Leningrad
- TIME magazine considered Anne Frank one of 100 most influential people of the 20th Century.
- 5535 Annefrank — an asteroid named after Anne Frank
- Neutral Milk Hotel — US indie rock band whose 1998 album In the Aeroplane Over the Sea was inspired by the lead singer Jeff Mangum's affection for Anne Frank. It includes the songs, Holland 1945 ('The only girl I ever loved/ Was born with roses in her eyes/ And then they buried her/ Alive, one evening 1945/ With just her sister at her side/ And only weeks before the guns all came and rained on everyone') and Oh Comely ('I know they buried her body with others/ Her sister and mother and five hundred families/ And would she remember me fifty years later/ I wish I could save her/ In some sort of time machine')
- A punk band from Boulder, Colorado named themselves Anne Frank on Crank, which by their explanation suggests they are "disenfranchised, yet somehow empowered."
- In response to hearing a Born-again Christian's insistence that Anne Frank's virtues alone would not gain her a place in Heaven, Ani DiFranco wrote and performed Did Anne Frank Find Jesus?, a hidden track on her live album Living in Clip ('Did Jesus find Buddha? Let's all just find each other. I wanna find Anne Frank before I bite it.')
- Winona Ryder's character in the movie Mermaids is asked by Christina Ricci's character what she wishes for, to which she replies, 'I wish I'd known Anne Frank.'
- Philip Roth — U.S. novelist whose novel The Ghost Writer imagines Anne Frank surviving the war and living anonymously as a writer in the United States.
- The Bernard Kops play Dreams of Anne Frank (1993) re-imagines her concealment in Amsterdam, using elements of fantasy and song.
- Marc Chagall — illustrated a limited edition of The Diary of Anne Frank.
- Outkast — US hip-hop band whose track So Fresh, So Clean from their album Stankonia, makes a knowing reference to Anne Frank('I love who you are/ I love who you ain't/ You're so Anne Frank/ Let's hit the attic and hide out for two weeks').
- Anne Frank Conquers the Moon Nazis, a tongue-in-cheek webcomic by Bill Mudron, about a resurrected Anne Frank rebuilt cybernetically to defend the Earth from an extra-terrestrial Nazi assault, ran online until 2003.
- Geoff Ryman's novel 253 features an elderly Anne Frank as a passenger on the London Underground
- In 2004 Robert Steadman composed a twenty-minute musical work for choir and string orchestra entitled Tehillim for Anne which commemorated Anne Frank's life with settings of three Psalms in Hebrew.
- Anne Frank Fonds (2003). Annual Report 2003. Retrieved February 9, 2005.
- Barnouw, David & van der Stroom, Gerrold (2003). Who betrayed Anne Frank? Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. Retrieved February 8, 2005.
- Clinton, Hillary Rodham (April 14, 1994). "Remarks by the First Lady, Elie Wiesel Humanitarian Awards, New York City". Speech. Retrieved January 30, 2005.
- Edward, Silvia (undated). "Anne Frank (Annelies Marie Frank)". Retrieved January 30, 2005.
- Frank, Anne; Massotty, Susan (translation); Frank, Otto H. & Pressler, Mirjam (editors) (1995). The Diary of a Young Girl - The Definitive Edition. Doubleday. ISBN 0553296981
- Lee, Carol Ann (2000). The Biography of Anne Frank - Roses from the Earth. Viking. ISBN 0708991742.
- Michaelsen, Jacob B. (1997). "Remembering Anne Frank". findarticle.com. Retrieved January 30, 2005.
- Müller, Melissa; Kimber, Rita & Kimber, Robert (translators); With a note from Miep Gies (2000). Anne Frank - The Biography. Metropolitan books. ISBN 0747545235.
- Mandela, Nelson (August 15, 1994). Address by President Nelson Mandela at the Johannesburg opening of the Anne Frank exhibition at the Museum Africa. Speech. Retrieved January 30, 2005.
- van der Rol, Ruud; Verhoeven, Rian (for the Anne Frank House); Quindlen, Anna (Introduction); Langham, Tony & Peters, Plym (translation) (1995). Anne Frank - Beyond the Diary - A Photographic Remembrance. Puffin. ISBN 0140369260.
- Romein, Jan (April 3, 1946). Facsimile of newpaper Het Parool, first article published about the diary. Retrieved January 30, 2005
- da Silva, Theresien (for the Anne Frank House) (1999). "Denial of the Authenticity of the Diary" discussing legal action taken against holocaust deniers. Retrieved February 5, 2005.
- Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank, introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt, translated by B. M. Mooyaart, Bantam, mass market paperback, 304 pages, ISBN 0553296981
- The Diary of Anne Frank: The Revised Critical Edition, Anne Frank, edited by David Barnouw and Gerrold Van der Stroom, translated by Arnold J. Pomerans, compiled by H. J. J. Hardy, second edition, Doubleday 2003, hardcover, 736 pages, ISBN 0385508476. Prepared by the Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation. Compares three versions of the diary; the original notes, the version revised by Anne Frank, and the final edition as it appeared in English. Includes an extensive study of its authenticity, biographies of the Frank family and their associates, and commentaries on Anne Frank's cultural legacy.
- Anne Frank's Tales From the Secret Annexe, Anne Frank, translated by Michel Mok and Ralph Manheim, Washington Square Press, copyright 1949 and 1960 by Otto Frank and in 1982 by Anne-Frank Fonds, English translation copyright 1952 and 1959 by Otto Frank and 1983 by Doubleday and Company, edition of September 1983, paperback, 156 pages, ISBN 0671458574. Relates short works of fiction by Anne Frank, as well as short essays by the same author.
- Roses from the Earth: the Biography of Anne Frank, Carol Ann Lee, foreword by Buddy Elias, Penguin 1999, 297 pages, ISBN 0670881406. Exhaustively researched biography of Anne Frank written with the approval of her surviving family.
- Anne Frank: the Biography, Melissa Muller, foreword by Miep Gies, translated by Rita and Robert Kimber, Bloomsbury 1999, 330 pages, ISBN 0747543720.
- The Footsteps of Anne Frank, Ernst Schnabel, Pan 1988, 158 pages, ISBN 0330029967. Considered a source for Anne Frank's later biographers, this was the first biography published about her (in German, 1958). Notable for its interviews with all of those who hid the Frank and van Pels families, the widow of Fritz Pfeffer, Otto Frank, neighbours and friends of Anne Frank, and several survivors who met them in the death camps.
- The Hidden Life of Otto Frank, Carol Ann Lee, Penguin 2002, 364 pages, ISBN 0670913316. Biography of Anne Frank's father, drawing on many previously unpublished sources and venturing a new suspect as the betrayer.
- The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank, Willy Lindwer, translated by Alison Meersschaert, Pantheon 1991, 204 pages, ISBN 0679401458. The testimonies of six women who were witness to the last months of Anne Frank's life in the Nazi concentration camps, including Hannah Goslar, who knew Anne Frank before she went into hiding, and Janny Brilleslijper who buried her in Bergen-Belsen.
- Anne Frank Remembered, Miep Gies, with Alison Leslie Gold, Simon and Schuster 1987, 252 pages, ISBN 0671662341. Autobiography of one of the Frank family's protectors, detailing the two years in hiding, the arrest, and its aftermath.
- A Friend Called Anne, Jaqueline Van Maarsen, with Carole Ann Lee, Penguin 2004, 130 pages, ISBN 0141317248. The war memories of one of Anne Frank's friends.
- Hannah Goslar Remembers, Alison Leslie Gold, Bloomsbury 1998, 135 pages, ISBN 0747540276. Biography of the girl who knew Anne Frank for ten years, and latterly met her in Bergen-Belsen shortly before her death.
- The Roommate of Anne Frank, Nanda Van Der Zee, Apsekt 2003, 94 pages, ISBN 905911096x. Short biography of Fritz Pfeffer based on the discovered letters and photo albums of his widow.
- Eva's Story, Eva Schloss, with Evelyn Julia Kent, WH Allen 1988, 224 pages. Memoir by a neighbour of Anne Frank, whose mother married Otto Frank in 1953. Describes their persecution and incarceration in Auschwitz.
- Searching for Anne Frank: Letters from Amsterdam to Iowa, Susan Goldman Rubin, Abrams 2003, ISBN 0810945142. Biography of two U.S sisters who conducted a pre-war correspondance with Anne and Margot Frank.
- The Story of Anne Frank, Ruud van der Rol, translated by Arnold J Pomerans, Anne Frank House 2004, ISBN 9072972872. Comprehensive visual biography of Anne Frank, using high resolution images of Anne Frank's manuscripts and reproductions of hundreds of family photographs.
- Anne Frank: Reflections on her life and legacy, edited by Hyman A Enzer and Sandra Solotaroff-Enzer, University of Illinois Press 2000, 265 pages, ISBN 0252068238. Anthology of interviews, essays and articles surveying the life and cultural impact of Anne Frank.
- Anne Frank and Etty Hillesum: Inscribing Spirituality and Sexuality, Denise De Costa, Rutgers University Press 1998, ISBN 0813525500. Joint psychological study of the Jewish Dutch War diarists, examining their motivation to write, spiritual beliefs and sexuality.
- External links
- Anne Frank House
- Anne Frank House - only known film footage of Anne Frank (requires Quicktime Player)
- Anne Frank Fonds
- Anne Frank Center, USA
- A study of Anne Frank, her diary and the people around her
- Exhibition "Unfinished Story" at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- The Holocaust Chronicle
- Anne Frank and her betrayal