Otto, Margot, and Anne Frank….probably about 1932. Otto was the only survivor of the family and returned to Amsterdam after the war. He found that Anne’s diary had been saved. He was so very happy, and his efforts had it published in 1947. It was translated from Dutch and was published in 1952 as “The Diary of A Young Girl”

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