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The story of Hannah Goslar, who was friends with Anne Frank before she went into hiding and who lived in Amsterdam during the Nazi occupation. A Jew herself, she was to meet Anne again in Bergen Belsen.

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    Hannah Goslar Remembers
    Orisha

    Orisha

    07. November 2013 um 17:55

    Imagine you live in Amsterdam during World War II and suddenly your best friend has disappeared - reputed to have left with the family to Switzerland. Safe from the bullying of the Nazis that had invaded the Netherlands. And now imagine, your best friend is, the today very famous, Anne Frank! This is the story of Hannah Goslar, also known from Anne Frank's diary as Hanneli. Hannah lived near Anne Frank, went to school with her and did know her for quit a while, when someday Anne Frank and her family just disappeared. It is said that the Frank Family had left to go to Switzerland. Hannah is left behind, always afraid, that the bullying will hit her family too. And then some day, her fears became true. Hannah, her little 4-year-old sister Gabi, her father, her grandfather and grandmother were transported to Westerbork a reception camp in the Netherlands from which they were deportet to Bergen-Belsen, where she will meet Anne again. I bought the book, like three others, when I went to Amsterdam to see the Anne-Frank-House. I thought it would complete the whole story of Anna Franks fate. It kind of did and kind of didn't. If you read the book, you get to get a glimps on Annes fate, but more likely you get to know her best friend and the fate of the Goslar family, which is kind of the same story (just without the hiding) that faced the Frank family. A good book, disturbing and it nearly got me cry, which I recommend to read, although you don't really get to know more about Anne Frank. Despite this fact, you get a sad family story, like there must be thousands.

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