The diary of a young girl - book summary

July 29, 2020

The diary of a young girl
The diary of a young girl

‘Anna Frank’s Diary’ was the beginning of a forgery allegation;
"Just as beauty and truth is manifested in the conflict of evolution in the materialistic world, so is the adolescent who devoted herself to the establishment of beauty fully in the philosophy of humanity, not only in the modern world but also in the distant past. The tragedy of the thirteen-year-old girl who was just a victim of Hitler's greed and cruelty in Germany is full of a history of pain and suffering."
There are some such words written on the flap of the book. If bookworms want to know the names of the top fifty books, the name ‘Anna Frank’s Diary’ will definitely come up there. The reader's heart is bound to become desperate for that thirteen-year-old girl mentioned in the tail. But was there really anyone called Anna Frank? What is the trustworthiness of the events mentioned in her diary? Today, after so many years, those who deny the Holocaust are accusing the diary of fake. 

The name 'Anna Frank's Diary' appears almost all the time in the textbook lists of schools in Europe and America. The diary was first released to the public by Analyst Marie Anne Frank's father, Otto Frank. Worldwide, Anna is considered the most talked about Holocaust victim. Her quality writing has brought her to readers scattered in every corner of the globe. Written during World War II, this diary, later printed as a book. This is still one of the most readed books in the world. The heart of many plays or films is taken from the diary written by Anna Frank. 

On June 12, 1942, on Anna’s thirteenth birthday, she received a diary. she wrote the events of her life from June 12, 1942, to August 1, 1944. Before writing anything about Anna's diary, we should know about the person Anna. Although Anna was born in Frankfurt, Germany, but, she spent most of her life in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. ‘Anna’, ‘Annie’ - she is known by different names in different countries. Until 1941, she was a German national. She later lost her German citizenship because of Nazi Germany's anti-Semitic policies. Anna, a teenager living in the Netherlands during World War II, wrote her experiences in a diary. Anna’s family moved to Amsterdam in 1933, and in the same year, the Nazis came to power in Germany. Anna and her family were trapped when the Nazis occupied Amsterdam. By 1942, as the departure of Jews increased alarmingly, they all fled to Otto Frank's secret cell. 

In this way, she went on to play hide and seek for two more years. On the morning of August 4, 1944, she and her family were arrested by German security forces. How the Germans found out about their hideout is still a mystery! They were arrested and sent straight to the concentration camp. Anna Frank and her sister Margot were sent to the Bergen-Belzan camp. There, two sisters died of typhus in 1945. At the end of the war, the only surviving member of the family, Anne's father, Otto Frank, returns to Amsterdam and find the diary of anna. It was by his will that it was first printed as a book in 1948. Translated from Dutch to English in 1952 and the book was titled “The Diary of a Young Girl”. Since then the book has been translated numerous times in different languages ​​in different countries. 

There is no shortage of discussions about Anna Frank's diary in the internet world or in print, there is also no shortage of misleading information. Several books clearly state that Anna Frank's diary and whatever else she wrote; Anna did not write it herself. It is said that the Zionists took over the book as soon as it was published and put pressure on the state to include it in the textbooks. At the end of World War II, the United States and Russia dominated the whole of Europe. The Jewish Zionists took control of the media, taking advantage of the situation. Then began a complex game of truth and falsehood. It is said that, News of the deliberate killing of Jews by the Germans was much of the creation of that media which was named “holocaust”. Although many people died in the war, researchers began their work by disproving the argument that there was no such thing as a Holocaust. There are thousands of arguments for and against the existence of something like a gas chamber or genocide. It was become a kind of fashion to make a movie by breaking the name of the Holocaust, to win a medal by making a report. Anne Frank's Diary could not be escaped from used as a weapon in the anti-Hitler advertising created by the media. The people who can deny the Holocaust of six million people, for them It is very general to doubting Anne Frank's diary. 

Frank's family doctor, Robert Frison once had the opportunity to interview Anna's father, Otto Frank. At the end of the nine-hour interview, Dr. Robert Frison concludes that the author of the original diary was a very thin baby girl. In her diary, she wrote her emotional journey, but later on, a lot of facts were added to those writings, attempts were made to create emotion in the minds of the people, and information was fake. But the funny thing is, Anna Frank's diary is not one, two diaries but not one. The diary she received as a gift on June 12, 1942, ends on December 5 of that year. She later wrote about the days of the war in a school diary which began on December 22, 1943, and ended on April 16, 1944. The interviewer Dr. Frison who interviewed anna’s father also did not know these things. 

Anna Frank's picture appeared on the cover of Life magazine on September 15, 1956. In the background of the photo was a picture of a page in her handwritten diary. From that writing, it was clear that the writings were very childish handwriting, written by a child. The handwriting on the page of Anna Frank's diary, which was printed in a paperback book published by the Pan Books Company at about the same time, there was a quite different handwriting. As the controversy escalated, research began with handwriting, and according to the results gotten by the handwriting, the author of the first text was twelve or thirteen years old. On the other hand, the sample of the second text proves that the author is fifty years of age or maybe even older! Although the second author has tried to write childishly, but the researchers have no reason not to catch it. So far there is evidence of two types of handwriting as examples in various books. Here's the main thing - Anna Frank's diary is published in three publications. The more the publication touches the mind of the reader on such a sensitive subject, the more the publication will be famous. Her handwritten diary has been on display at Anna's home since 1986. 

On October 9, 1980, the New York Post published the results of an examination conducted by the German Federal Criminal Investigation Bureau. As it turns out, most of Anna Frank's diary is written with a ballpoint pen. But the ballpoint pen came on the market in 1951! And Anna Frank died in 1944. So here comes the question of a forgery in the mind of the reader. In the market, Anna's name became 'The Ballpoint Girl'. In fact, the diary was written with different colored pencils and doyat ink. This was come out in a report of the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. However, five loose pieces of paper were found, along with a ballpoint pen, along with the worldwide controversy over Anna Frank's diary. It is still questionable whether Anna wrote these five pages herself. 

Dr. Frieson collected several Anna Frank diaries translated into different languages ​​and observed that there were many differences from book to book. Sometimes it is informative, sometimes the translator did not try to keep pace with the main event by mixing emotions. New information has been added to a book, a lot of old information has been unknowingly absent from the book. Some of the information that was supposed to be the backbone of the book was later changed. Some books contain inconsistent statements. All in all, a few versions of Anna Frank's diary will make the reader's head spin! 

Arthur Butz, a professor at Northwestern University in the United States, is known for his anti-Holocaust writing. He doubted the diary was written by a 13-year-old girl. The diary is very calculated. The impression of professionalism is clearly visible in it. According to him, the diary has been converted into a book by a professional writer and taken to the level of literature. The way the contents of a whole diary are arranged in an intelligible way does not correspond to the recording of new events every day. If a thirteen-year-old girl writes down her daily experience, there is no reason to have such a literary continuity. Even on the second page, for example, Butz explains why a thirteen-year-old girl is writing a diary. Then on the third page, there is a brief introduction of the Frank family. Then there is a quick description of the anti-Semitic measures taken by the Germans after the German occupation in 1940. The rest of the diary elaborates on the poisonous state of anti-Semitism. 

While writing the second diary, Anna became quite experienced in writing diaries. So, this claim is untrue. It is no longer possible for Auto Frank, who died on August 19, 1980, to answer this question. But before he died, he said, the Anna’s Diary would only be considered the property of the Dutch people. The Dutch will not need to translate that diary. They may well understand what the little girl meant. 
A famous anti-Zionist Jewish writer. Alfred Lilienthal writes in his book, The Zionist Connection, "An intellectual examination of Anna Frank's diary shows that it is not possible for a teenager to write. Author Mayor Levin filed a lawsuit against Anne Frank's father, Otto Frank, in the New York Supreme Court. Levin sued, claiming fifty thousand US dollars in diary pay. 

It is learned that Auto Frank paid Levin out of court after realizing that the situation was heating up. Despite the case being settled many years ago, the vast majority of Western media outlets have refrained from covering the news. Meanwhile, Anna Frank's diary is being reprinted in the same rhythm, and publishing work is also happening. This fictional literature has been helping to strengthen the foundations of Zionist Jews around the world. Auto Frank's relationship with Levin was strained due to some personal disputes. So, Levine didn't want to miss out on such an opportunity, so he went straight to court and filed a fraud case. Auto Frank filed two lawsuits in 1959 and 1967 in protest of the incident. 

"Truth is never suppressed" - this proverb proves the truth once again in this book. Or maybe the girl named Anna wrote very neatly about the extreme crisis of her life. Who knows what the truth is! There is no strong argument for Holocaust denial. There was no such thing as the Holocaust, there are some books that are based on this principle. The argument that there was nothing to say about the Holocaust from some of the articles written as stories without references cannot be accepted, nor can it be believed that Anna Frank's diary is completely fake. 

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