diary was published by her dad, Otto Frank after the war. Otto Frank was the only frank member to survive the war.
It was first published in Dutch in 1947.
It was first published in 1947. The first English edition was published in 1952.
Anne Frank's diary was published by her father in 1947.
Her father did.Her father, Otto Frank was the one to get Anne Frank's diary published.
After the war, the diary was retrieved and published by Anne's father, Otto Frank. In the summer of 1947, the first 1,500 copies of Anne's diary were published in Dutch in Amsterdam. See the Related Link below for more information on Anne Frank.
Anne Frank wrote The Diary of Anne Frank.
Her diary is called, "A Diary of a Young Girl".
No. Her diary was discovered after she and her family had died, so it was involuntarily published.
He published her diary in 1947 as The Diary of a Young Girl.
Her father, Otto Frank was the one to get Anne Frank's diary published.
The diary has been published in more than 50 languages
yes, Anne intended on publishing her diary and wanted to become a writer or journalist.
Her diary. It was later published by her father under the title "The Diary of Anne Frank"
It was a diary. Anne didn't know her diary would eventually be published.
It was published in 54 languages
she had a diary published
No, Anne Frank was killed during the Holocaust. Her father was the only one in the family who survived. He later published Anne's diary.
Anne Frank's diary was first published in 1947 under the name of Het Achterhuis, and then by a second run in 1950. It was first published in Germany and France in 1950 and then published in the United Kingdom in 1952. The book was very success full in the USA, France Germany and Japan but it failed to attract readers in the United Kingdom and was quickly out of print. Since then, Anne Frank's diary is known around the world and lots of movies and plays are based off her diary.
Anne's diary has been published in 55 languages at last count.
In in Dutch in Amsterdam in 1947. Please see the related question.
In Amsterdam, Holland in June of 1947 by Contact Publishing of Amsterdam.
Yes, anne intended to have the diary published so people could know what she and others around her knew what she went through, what it was like, and how it felt.
Anne mentions in the diary that she would call it, if published, "Het Achterhuis", Dutch for "The Back-house". That is what Otto published it as, too. When published in the Untited States, it was changed to "Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl". It is most commonly published under this title today.
She never new that it would ever be published