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How Anne Frank’s Diary Survived | Podcast | Overheard at National Geographic | Travel & Tourism Video Vloggers And Reviews

Most people have heard the name Anne Frank, and many have read her diary, which details her and her family’s time spent in hiding during the German occupation of Amsterdam in World War II. Less known are Miep and Jan Gies, two people who helped shelter the Frank family and preserved Anne Frank’s diary after she was captured. In this episode, Alison Leslie Gold, who co-authored Miep’s memoir, shares their history and what we can take away from their stories. And we’ll hear from the co-creators and star of the National Geographic limited series A Small Light about how anyone can step up and be a hero.

Photo caption: Miep Gies (right) and her husband Jan return to the house where the Frank family hid. When Gies visited the “secret annex” housing the Frank family and four other people, she recalled, “They would silently look up to me, except for Anne, who in a cheerful tone used to say, ‘Hello, Miep. And what is the news?’”

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