A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 17, 1958

ANNE FRANK was a little girl who lived in Nazi-occupied Netherlands and wore a yellow six-pointed star prominently displayed upon her dress. The star was to warn all passersby that she was a Jew. Thousands of Americans who have read Anne's diary and seen the Broadway play, The Diary of Anne Frank, have wondered what happened between the time the Nazis crashed through the thin partition that concealed her attic hiding place and her death at Belsen. For the answer, see FOREIGN NEWS.

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