Anne Frank grows up to become Europe's equivalent of Martin Luther King Jr.By the 1960s, she's become a popular, respected writer, and she's one of the world's most prominent civil rights activist fighting for the rights of Europe's oppressed Jews, passively resisting antisemitic authorities with a series of peaceful sit-ins, protest marches, and bus boycotts. By the 1970s, she's won the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts. She eventually dies quietly, surrounded by her loving family, sometime around 2010. Up to Eleven until after the Confederates show up (before then it's indistinguishable from what the Great Powers of the 19th century were doing in real life). The story is basically "What if the Confederates had had an entire resource-rich continent to work with, rather than just the American South?"