This book is a treasure: each interview in it preserves a voice that might otherwise be lost to history. The interviewees each knew Anne Frank at various times in her life, so they provide information that Anne's diary does not cover. But I also found the women's own stories interesting and important. In fact, I wish that each interview could have been even longer and more detailed. Most interesting to me was an interview with a woman who became a psychologist after the war. She was able to analyze techniques that the Nazis used to try to control their prisoners' thinking, as well as techniques that some prisoners were able to use to resist this mind control.
The worst fear from the end of Anne Frank’s famous diary is confirmed in this biography: Anne died after her last entry in Diary Of A Young Girl. She may have lived for seven more months in a concentration camp, but her voice was snuffed out when the SS raided the Secret Annexe, and she is but a ghost haunting the pages of The Last Seven Months Of Anne Frank.
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