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Some of the translations of The Diary of Anne Frank.

The Diary of Anne Frank is the most translated Dutch book of all time. The first translation appeared in German in 1950. English translations for Britain and the United States followed in 1952. The first Spanish edition was published in 1955. The diary has been translated into 70 languages, and published in over 60 countries. More than 30 million copies of Anne’s diary have been sold.

List of translations

  1. Afrikaans
  2. Albanian
  3. Amhari (Ethiopia):
  4. Arabic
  5. Armenian
  6. Assamese (India)
  7. Azerbaijani
  8. Bahasa Indonesia
  9. Basque (the Basque Country, a region in Spain)
  10. Bengali (India)
  11. Bosnian
  12. Burmese
  13. Bulgarian
  14. Catalan (Catalonia, a region in Spain)
  15. Chinese
  16. Croatian
  17. Czech
  18. Danish
  19. Dari (Afghanistan)
  20. Dutch
  21. German
  22. English
  23. Esperanto
  24. Estonian
  25. Faroese: (Faroe Islands)
  26. Farsi (Iran)
  27. Finnish
  28. French
  29. Friesian
  30. Gaelic (Ireland)
  31. Gaelic (Ireland)
  32. Galician (Galicia, a region in Spain)
  33. Georgian
  34. Greek
  35. Greenlandish
  36. Hebrew
  37. Hindi (India)
  38. Hungarian
  39. Icelandic
  40. Italian
  41. Japanese
  42. Kazak
  43. Khmer (Cambodia)
  44. Korean
  45. Laotian
  46. Latvian
  47. Lithuanian
  48. Luxembourgish
  49. Macedonian
  50. Malayalam (India)
  51. Marathi (India)
  52. Nepalese
  53. Norwegian
  54. Papiamento (Aruba)
  55. Papiamentu (Curaçao)
  56. Polish
  57. Portugese
  58. Romanian
  59. Russian
  60. Serbian
  61. Serbo-Croatian
  62. Sinhalese (Sri Lanka)
  63. Slovakian
  64. Slovenian
  65. Spanish
  66. Swedish
  67. Thai
  68. Turkish
  69. Ukranian
  70. Vietnamese
  71. Welsh
  72. Yiddish
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This day in history
Today: 18 December 2014
Then: 17 December 1942

British Foreign Secretary Eden tells the House of Commons of mass executions of Jews by Nazis; US declares those crimes will be avenged.

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