Found: war letters by Anne Frank’s father
January 26, 2007 Leave a Comment
Some 80 documents written by Anne Frank’s father Otto – including several letters from Amsterdam detailing his desperate attempts to save his family – have turned up in New York, Time Magazine reports today. The letters were discovered in a file by a volunteer archivist at the city’s YIVO Institute for Jewish Research two years ago.
The file included letters Otto Frank wrote between April 30 and December 11, 1941, when Germany declared war on the US, as well as correspondence from friends and family.
Read full article: DutchNews.nl, 25 January 2007