Diary of an anonymous German girl
This collection consists of a diary from an unnamed German girl detailing her personal life, daily activities, and conditions in Germany during World War II. The diary is written in German.
Nothing is known about the identity of the diary’s author but it is believed that she may have been from a wealthy Catholic family. The diary was donated by Jean-Claude DeBremaeker in 1979. DeBremaeker found the item in the then abandoned, small town of Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate of the Trier-Saarburg district.