Otto Frank was the driving force behind the publication of his daughter’s diary, and was closely involved in the activities of the Anne Frank House until his death.
Otto was closely involved in the activities of the Anne Frank House until his death.
Otto published his daughter’s diary. He bequeathed Anne’s diary papers to the Dutch state after his death.
The Anne Frank House was opened as a museum on 3 May 1960. The building was preserved thanks to a fundraising drive.
Otto wanted the Anne Frank House to be a meeting place for young people, focussed on the future: a house of dialogue, with a warning from history.
With exceptional photographs and audio and video fragments.