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    Otto Frank. Otto Heinrich Frank (12 May 1889 – 19 August 1980) was the father of Anne Frank. He edited and published the first edition of her diary in 1947 (subsequently known in English as The Diary of a Young Girl) and advised on its later theatrical and cinematic adaptations.

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    Arrested: 4 August 1944. Married to: Fritzi Markovits, 10 November 1953. Died: 19 August 1980. Otto Frank is best known as Anne’s father. Without him, Anne's diary would not have been published, and without him, there would not have been an Anne Frank House. But of course, Otto Frank was much more than Anne's father: you can read his story ...

  3. Sep 12, 2019 · Otto Frank was born to a liberal Jewish family on May 12, 1889, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Frank had three siblings: an older brother, and a younger brother and sister. His father, Michael ...

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  4. Otto Frank (born May 12, 1889, Frankfurt am Main, Germany—died August 20, 1980, Basel, Switzerland) was a German-born merchant best known as the father of Anne Frank, whose diary, published after her death in 1945, became world famous. Frank, decorated for bravery as a German officer in World War I, escaped with his family from the Nazi anti ...

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  5. Auschwitz is liberated: Otto Frank is free. On 17 January 1945, the Auschwitz camp command started emptying Auschwitz, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Monowitz, and the sub-camps. The SS wanted to erase the traces of the crimes it had committed there. The Soviet army had broken through the German lines five days earlier and was drawing near.

  6. In April 1941, Otto Frank was desperate. A decade earlier, he and his wife Edith had been happily living in Frankfurt, Germany, with their two young daughters, Margot and Anne. After experiencing the first wave of antisemitic attacks instigated by the new Nazi government, Otto and Edith decided in 1933 to move to the Netherlands for safety.

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  8. This is one of the few television interviews Otto Frank gave. Sitting in one of the rooms of the Secret Annex, he is talking about his surprise at the things...

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