"But what does it mean to be well known in Germany?",
relativizes Mirko Kraetsch, translator of Czech authors into German, who organizes their participation at book fairs in German-speaking countries.
Helga's Diary is a young girl's remarkable first-hand account of life in a concentration camp during World War II. Like The Diary of Anne Frank this is a publication of international importance and a book that will endure for decades.