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7 edition of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank found in the catalog.

The Hidden Life of Otto Frank

by Carol Ann Lee

  • 170 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by William Morrow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical - Holocaust,
  • Jewish - General,
  • Frank, Otto,,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Jews, German,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945),
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Holocaust,
  • Germany,
  • Achterhuis,
  • Ahlers, Tonny,
  • Biography & Autobiography / General,
  • Frank, Anne,
  • Frank, Otto,
  • Literary,
  • Biography,
  • Jews,
  • Netherlands,
  • 1889-1980,
  • Amsterdam

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9232390M
    ISBN 100060520825
    ISBN 109780060520823

    Carol Ann Lee is the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank ( avg rating, ratings, 80 reviews, published ), One of Your Own ( avg ratin /5.   8 editions of The hidden life of Otto Frank found in the catalog. About the Book. Otto Frank was the father of the most famous girl of the 20th Century. It was he who found her diaries after her death and his determination to see them published around the world. This is the first time his story has been into a prosperous Jewish Cited by: 9.

    A troubling portrait of an iconic figure of the Holocaust and his sad, secretive life during and after the Nazi era. Lee, a biographer of Otto’s daughter (Roses from the Earth, not reviewed, etc.) and associate of the Anne Frank Trust, brings due sympathy to bear on Otto, a German Jew who had served with distinction in the Kaiser’s army, succeeded in business, but was forced out of Nazi Author: Carol Ann Lee. THE HIDDEN LIFE OF OTTO FRANK Carol Ann Lee, Author. Morrow $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author The power of .

      I remembered reading The Diary of Anne Frank several times in high school so when I came across The Hidden Life of Otto Frank, I just had to put it on hold. The book was supposed to explore how the Germans were tipped off about the Franks’ hiding place that ultimately caused them to be sent off to concentration camps where everyone but Otto died.   Otto Frank is primarily known as the father of Anne Frank and this biography tries to give him more dimension. In her diary Anne talks about her parents' as not being a love match and the book provides supporting information. The book also names Tonny Ahlers as the betrayer. Members of the Ahlers family are quoted as agreeing that he was.2/5(1).


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The Hidden Life of Otto Frank Carol Ann Lee Viking £, pp Until the start of the Second World War, Otto Frank's life was as Author: Rachel Cooke.

Many years ago in high school I read the diary and have read the recent biography of Anne. So I certainly don't claim to be an expert. But the story has always intigued me and when I heard The Hidden Life of Otto Frank on public radio I ordered the book.

Lee makes an interesting argument and gives a facinating view of Otto/5(38). The Hidden Life Of Otto Frank is a lively new biography provides important new clues to the question of who betrayed Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis.

New documented information about Anne's father Otto and the individual who would claim responsibility makes for an involving study which is packed with excerpts from Frank's own secret Cited by: 9. Carol Ann Lee's first book, Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, has been translated into thirteen is also the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank and three books for children, Anne Frank's Story, A Friend Called Anne, and Anne Frank and the Children of the lives in Yorkshire, England.2/5(1).

Carol Ann Lee's first book, Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, has been translated into thirteen is also the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank and three books for children, Anne Frank's Story, A Friend Called Anne, and Anne Frank and the Children of the lives in Yorkshire, England/5(48).

Note To Teachers Carol Ann Lee's impeccably researched portrait The Hidden Life of Otto Frank brings into sharp focus every facet of the extraordinary life, both charmed and cursed, of Otto Frank, the father of the most famous young girl of the twentieth century, Anne Frank.

The publication of his daughter's diary, Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, turned this quietly. Most young scholars were Gymnasium graduates, like Otto Frank, or wealthy students from abroad, like Charles Webster Straus, who arrived in Heidelberg to complete a year's foreign study as part of his course at Princeton University in the United States.

Charles, or "Charlie" as Otto was soon calling him, was born in the same month and year as Otto. But little has been written, at least in book form, about Anne's beloved father, Otto, the man who published the diary.

Carol Ann Lee's THE HIDDEN LIFE OF OTTO FRANK tackles this topic, four years after her literary debut ROSES FROM THE EARTH: The Biography of Anne Frank. The Hidden Life of Otto Frank by Carol Ann Lee and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 'The Hidden Life of Otto Frank' by Carol Ann Lee.

Otto Frank's secrets remain hidden. Sunday, By Len Barcousky, Post-Gazette Staff Writer. Central Station in Amsterdam is a Victorian wedding cake of a building. Otto and Edith Frank and their daughters, Margot and Anne, had begun and ended many trips on its railway platforms.

Carol Ann Lee's first book, Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, has been translated into thirteen languages. She is also the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank and three books for children, Anne Frank's Story, A Friend Called Anne, and Anne Frank and the Children of the Holocaust.

She lives in Yorkshire, England/5(K). The Hidden Life of Otto Frank is a well-written, thoroughly researched, thought-provoking and high readable book that will take a deservedly prominent Author: Popmatters Staff. Carol Ann Lee's first book, Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, has been translated into thirteen is also the author of The Hidden Life of Otto Frank and three books for children, Anne Frank's Story, A Friend Called Anne, and Anne Frank and the Children of the lives in Yorkshire, England/5(9).

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The hidden life of Otto Frank. [Carol Ann Lee] -- A biography of Otto Frank (), Anne Frank's father, who was the sole survivor of his family and after the war played a key role in the publication of his daughter's diary.

Frank had emigrated. Otto was born into a prosperous Jewish family in Berlin, his life was a portrait in miniature of the century. Decorated after the Battle of the Somme, he was forced to flee Germany in the s. Betrayed and imprisoned by the Nazis in the Holocaust, he finally gained recognition by bearing witness to the writings of his young daughter.

Lee talked about her book The Hidden Life of Otto Frank, published by William discussed the little-known life of the man who was the father of. The Hidden Life of Otto Frank by Carol Ann Lee pp, Viking, £ As he himself said, Otto Frank had a unique part to play in life. Get this from a library!

The hidden life of Otto Frank. [Carol Ann Lee] -- "Otto Frank was the father of the most famous young girl of the twentieth century. The publication of Anne Frank's diary turned this quietly heroic man into a legend.

Yet until now, apart from a few. This is a book vlog about "The Hidden Life of Otto Frank." He was the father of Anne Frank, who was famous for writing a diary that detailed her and her families time in hiding as Jews trying to.out of 5 stars The hidden life of Otto Frank by Carol Ann Lee.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 June Verified Purchase. I would like to praise Carol Ann Lee for her research of the Frank family. I was totally hooked to the book all the way through. Otto Frank was a very remarkable person/5(45).