|LC control no.||n 79125789
|Personal name heading||Frank, Anne, 1929-1945
|Variant(s)||Frank, Ana, 1929-1945
Franḳ, Anah, 1929-1945
Franḳ, Aneh, 1929-1945
Frank, Anna, 1929-1945
Frank, Annelies Marie, 1929-1945
פראנק, אנא, 1929-1945
פֿראנק, אנה, 1929-1945
פרנק, אנא, 1929-1945
פרנק, אנה, 1929-1945
アンネ ·フランク, 1929-1945
|Other standard no.||fedce5e0-1a08-4aa7-b0f8-a8d2c66e0505
|Associated country||Germany Netherlands
|Place of birth||Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
|Place of death||Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp)
|Profession or occupation||Diarists
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|Found in||Her Het achterhuis, 1947.
Śeh-Lavan, Y. Yomanah shel Anah Franḳ, 1978.
ha-Gamad he-ḥakham, 1989: t.p. (Aneh Franḳ [voc.])
Ubezhishche, 1999: t.p. (Anna Frank)
Enc. Britannica, c2002: Micropædia (Frank, Anne; in full, Annelies Marie Frank; b. June 12, 1929, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, d. Mar. 1945, Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, near Hannover)
Fax copy of t.p from Fresno County Library to CPSO Oct. 23, 2006 requesting reference to form of name on Spanish translation of Her Achterhuis: Diario, 1996, c1993: t.p. (Ana Frank)
Anne Frank Stichting website, viewed Apr. 2, 2015 (It is 70 years ago this year that Anne Frank died of typhus in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, as one of the many victims of the camp. The exact date of her death is unknown. At the time, the Red Cross officially concluded that she died at some time between 1 and 31 March 1945. Now new research by the Anne Frank House has shed fresh light on the last months of Anne Frank and her sister Margot. It is unlikely that they were still alive in March; their deaths must have occurred in February 1945)
The life of Anne Frank, 2020.
|National bib agency no.||0019E8639E