Anne Frank, the young Jewish girl who detailed her thoughts and her family’s life while hiding in an attic from the Nazis in Amsterdam, can now be seen in rare video that has been posted on the Internet.
The only known footage of Frank, who died in a concentration camp weeks before World War II ended, can be seen on a special YouTube channel run by the Anne Frank Museum.
The channel manager, Ita Amahorseija, said the virtual museum was created “to not only give back to the people who know the story of Anne Frank, but to trigger people to want to know more about her story.”
Click here to go to the Anne Frank YouTube Channel.
Rare footage captured of Anne Frank.