Anne Frank's famous diary recounts her experience hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam, where she lived with her family in the secret annex of a home. She was 13 when she started writing, and 15 when she and her family were discovered and taken to concentration camps in 1944. Years after Frank's death at Bergen-Belsen, her diary was published and became an international sensation. It has been translated into more than 60 languages.
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Written by Curiosity Staff June 8, 2015
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