Thirteen-year-old Anna Franková hid with her family and four other people during World War Two years in the back of a building in Amsterdam. Anna wrote the events from June 12, 1942 to August 1, 1944, and recorded everything that had happened around her. When she heard in Orange Radio in March 1944 a call to citizens to give her memoirs to the collection for historical purposes, she began to rewrite her in book form. The note ends with a text Anna recorded just a few days before her and her family found soldiers and dragged them to a concentration camp. Anna Franková died of typhus sometime in February or March 1945 in the Bergen Belsen concentration camp. Her writings survived, and after the war, their book edition was due to Annins father, Otto Frank, who survived the only surviving war.
Chamber productions on the motives of Anne Franks Diaries by a young Slovak ensemble from Nitra. The show is intended for viewers from the age of 12.