Unesco has added Anne Frank’s diary to its list of documents with ‘an exceptional value’ for the world’s heritage.
The United Nation’s cultural organisation said on Thursday that 35 new items have been added to the Memory of the World Register bringing the total to 193.
The diary of Anne Frank is the personal account of a teenage Jewish girl who spends two years hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during World War II.
Her diary is one of the top 10 most read books worldwide.
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