Edith Frank, German Jewish girl, 1914-1944
Edith Frank, daughter of Robert and Emma Anker, was born in Neuruppin, Germany on 26 November, 1914. She married Max Frank, and they lived in Neuruppin and Berlin. Edith was a teacher by profession. During the war they lived in Berlin, and were deported to Trawniki, Poland. She perished in 1944.
The photograph and Page of Testimony in her memory were submitted to Yad Vashem by Marcelo Anker, Edith’s nephew, who lives in Chile.