What was Mr. Otto Frank's major contribution to the world?
Otto Frank was Anne’s father. He was truly a wise man and a loving father. Anne turned to him for advice and he always found time for her. Anne had a distant relationship with her mother and so she turned to her father for solace. Otto Frank was the only one of the eight to survive the concentration camps. He arrived in Amsterdam on 3 June 1945 and stayed there until 1953. He recovered Anne’s diary from Miep and fulfilled Anne’s wishes by publishing her diary. Anne’s diary is one of the few accounts that described the unimaginable horror of the Holocaust from a young person’s perspective. Until his death, he continued to share his daughter’s messages from the diary with people all over the world. The diary, which was published by Otto Frank, is considered to be his greatest contribution to the world as it sheds light on the atrocities of the Nazi regime.