We never knew Anne Frank had a naughty side!
Anne Frank is without a doubt, one of the most famous and most discussed victims of the Holocaust. Made famous by her diary, which was published after her death in 1945, Anne Frank shed light on her experience hiding from German occuptation in the Netherlands between the years 1942 to 1944. After Frank passed away in 1945 at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Eastern Hanover, Germany, her father Otto returned to Amsterdam. He later learned that her diary had been salvaged and in 1947, it was published in Dutch. By 1952, her story was translated into English and went on to be published into over 60 languages. However, despite being in print for over 70 years, no one realized until very recently that there were two hidden pages in Frank's famous diary. Take a look at the gallery below to learn what this discovery means for Frank's memory and let us know what you think about this historic reveal.