Thirteen-year-old Anne Frank hid from Hitler's troops with her family in 1942. Read the remarkable story of her life, death, and legacy. In 1942 an ordinary teenage girl began writing a diary that would tell the world the extraordinary story of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl, during World War Two. Anne and her family were forced into hiding to escape Hilter's troops. For two years she lived in a secret annex until they were discovered and sent to a concentration camp. Anne's life ended at Bergen-Belsen but the later publication of her diary ensured that Anne's voice was never silenced.