Anne FrankAnne Frank

Anne Frank was one of the victims of the Holocaust. She is known for her wartime diary, which she kept while in hiding for two years in German-occupied Amsterdam. Frank and her family were eventually discovered by the Nazis and transported to a concentration camp, where she died of typhus at the age of 15. Her father Otto, the sole surviving member of the Frank family, saw to the publication of Anne's diary under the title "The Diary of a Young Girl." Through her moving words, Anne became an inspiration to the world and a reminder of the power of the human spirit.