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Müller, Melissa, 1967-

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    • us: Mueller, Melissa, 1967-
    • us: Müller, M. (Melissa), 1967-
    • us: Müllerová, Melissa, 1967-
    • us: Mwillŏ, Mellisa, 1967-
    • us: Myler, Melisa, 1967-
    • us: Mülleriga, Melissa, 1967-
    • us: Mjuller, Mellissa, 1967-
    • us: Milleri, Melisu, 1967-
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        (edtf) 1967
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        Munich (Germany)
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          • found: Vom blauen Dunst, 1995:t.p. (Melissa Müller)
          • found: Anne Frank, 1998:CIP t.p. (Melissa Müller) pub. info (Melissa Mueller, age 30; journalist, lives in Munich and Vienna)
          • found: Das Mädchen Anne Frank, c1998:t.p. (Melissa Müller) jkt. (born 1967, Vienna)
          • found: Müller, Melissa. Lost lives, lost art, 2010:eCIP t.p. (Melissa Müller) data view (author of the bestselling 'Anne Frank: the biography' (Holt/Owl Books), which was translated into twenty languages and co-author with Traudl Junge of 'Until the final hour : Hitler's last secretary,' which was the basis for the mesmerizing film 'The downfall,' which won the 2005 Academy Award for best foreign-language film)
          • found: VIAF (DDB), Apr. 19, 2010(Müller, Melissa, 1967-; variants: Müller, M., 1967-; Müllerová, Melissa,1967-; Mwillŏ, Mellisa, 1967-; Myler, Melisa, 1967-; Mülleriga, Melissa, 1967-; Mjuller, Mellissa, 1967-; Milleri, Melisu, 1967- )
          • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 17, 2016(Melissa Müller (born 1967) is an Austrian journalist and author. She is the author of Anne Frank: The Biography, which draws on historical documents and personal interviews with those who knew Anne Frank to provide a fuller picture of Frank's life than the diary permits. She is also the editor of Traudl Junge's "Until The Final Hour: Hitler's Last Secretary".)
          • found: Macmillan website, Mar. 17, 2016(Melissa Müller is the author of numerous books on the history of the Third Reich. Her biography of Anne Frank has been translated into eighteen languages to date. Müller lives in Munich with her family.)
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          • 2016-03-31: revised
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