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A Pictorial History of Anne Frank:

A Pictorial History of Anne Frank

Slide 2:

Anne Frank’s Family

Anne Frank:

Anne Frank

Anne Frank:

Anne Frank

Anne Frank:

Anne Frank

Edith Frank:

Edith Frank

Otto Frank:

Otto Frank

Otto Frank’s tattoo from Auschwitz:

Otto Frank’s tattoo from Auschwitz

Margot, Otto, Anne, Edith:

Margot, Otto, Anne, Edith

Margot’s call-up paper:

Margot’s call-up paper

Slide 11:

Helpers of the Frank family

Miep Gies, Otto Frank’s secretary:

Miep Gies, Otto Frank’s secretary

Victor Kugler (owner of the office):

Victor Kugler (owner of the office)

Mr. Koophuis:

Mr. Koophuis

Bep Voskuijl (an office worker):

Bep Voskuijl (an office worker)

1945 Otto and the four helpers:

1945 Otto and the four helpers

1951 Otto, Miep, Jan, and baby Paul:

1951 Otto, Miep, Jan, and baby Paul

Prison where Kugler was sent:

Prison where Kugler was sent

Slide 19:

The Secret Annex

Aerial View of the Secret Annex:

Aerial View of the Secret Annex

Front of Warehouse:

Front of Warehouse

Back side of Annex:

Back side of Annex

The rooms of the Secret Annex:

The rooms of the Secret Annex

Front office of warehouse where Miep worked:

Front office of warehouse where Miep worked

Closed bookcase that hides the Secret Annex:

Closed bookcase that hides the Secret Annex

Open bookcase:

Open bookcase

Anne and Mr. Pfeffer’s room:

Anne and Mr. Pfeffer’s room

Otto, Edith, and Margot’s room:

Otto, Edith, and Margot’s room

Mr. and Mrs. Van Pel’s room:

Mr. and Mrs. Van Pel’s room

Peter’s room:

Peter’s room

Hermann van Pels:

Hermann van Pels

Auguste van Pels:

Auguste van Pels

Peter van Pels:

Peter van Pels

The dentist, Fritz Pfeffer:

The dentist, Fritz Pfeffer

Anne’s Diary:

Anne’s Diary

Two Versions of the Diary:

Two Versions of the Diary

Anne’s notebook of stories:

Anne’s notebook of stories

Slide 38:

The Beginning of Hitler’s Genocide

Line of unemployed Germans after WWI:

Line of unemployed Germans after WWI

Hitler’s Election:

Hitler’s Election

Swastika The symbol for the Nazi Party:

Swastika The symbol for the Nazi Party

German Propaganda: The Jewish Spider Catching Europe in its Web:

German Propaganda: The Jewish Spider Catching Europe in its Web

Propaganda Encouraging the Euthanasia of the Disabled:

Propaganda Encouraging the Euthanasia of the Disabled

Burning of all Non-German (Non-Nazi) books:

Burning of all Non-German (Non-Nazi) books

1935 happy Germans have jobs and food because the first concentration camp has opened:

1935 happy Germans have jobs and food because the first concentration camp has opened

10-14 year old boys serving in Hitler’s army called the “German Youth”:

10-14 year old boys serving in Hitler’s army called the “German Youth”

Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Secret Police:

Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Secret Police

Slide 48:

The Nazis’ Extreme Anti-Semitism

The Jewish Star of David :

The Jewish Star of David

1929 Gestapo march to find Jews:

1929 Gestapo march to find Jews

1933 Arresting those in opposition to the Nazi Party:

1933 Arresting those in opposition to the Nazi Party

Killing Squads:

Killing Squads

1938 Jewish Synagogue burned in Germany:

1938 Jewish Synagogue burned in Germany

1942 Jews Deported from Germany:

1942 Jews Deported from Germany

A Jewish round up:

A Jewish round up

1941 Jewish refugees seeking safety in France:

1941 Jewish refugees seeking safety in France

Jewish Deportation to Dachau:

Jewish Deportation to Dachau

Slide 58:

Jewish Ghettos

Deportation of Jews to Ghettos:

Deportation of Jews to Ghettos

Jews being taken to Ghettos:

Jews being taken to Ghettos

A Jewish Ghetto:

A Jewish Ghetto

Warsaw Ghetto:

Warsaw Ghetto

Westerbork Transit Camp:

Westerbork Transit Camp

Children at Westerbork Transit Camp:

Children at Westerbork Transit Camp

Hanging in a Ghetto:

Hanging in a Ghetto

Map of Ghettos in Europe:

Map of Ghettos in Europe

Slide 67:

Concentration Camps Dachau Bergen-Belsen Mauthausen Auschwitz

Map of Concentration Camps:

Map of Concentration Camps

1933 Dachau was the first concentration camp built:

1933 Dachau was the first concentration camp built

Dachau was enlarged :

Dachau was enlarged

Aerial view of Dachau:

Aerial view of Dachau

Entrance sign at Dachau reads “Work Makes You Free”:

Entrance sign at Dachau reads “Work Makes You Free”

1945 Barracks at Dachau upon Liberation:

1945 Barracks at Dachau upon Liberation

Prisoners at Dachau:

Prisoners at Dachau

Prisoners at Dachau:

Prisoners at Dachau

Prisoner at Dachau:

Prisoner at Dachau

Dachau bodies:

Dachau bodies

Crematorium at Dachau:

Crematorium at Dachau

Register from Neuengamme that records the death of Fritz Pfeffer:

Register from Neuengamme that records the death of Fritz Pfeffer

Bergen-Belsen Where Anne and Margot died:

Bergen-Belsen Where Anne and Margot died

Crematorium at Bergen-Belsen:

Crematorium at Bergen-Belsen

Digging Mass Graves at Bergen-Belsen:

Digging Mass Graves at Bergen-Belsen

Corpses in Bergen-Belsen:

Corpses in Bergen-Belsen

Putting bodies into mass graves:

Putting bodies into mass graves

Mass Grave at Bergen-Belsen:

Mass Grave at Bergen-Belsen

Another Mass Grave:

Another Mass Grave

Bodies waiting for cremation:

Bodies waiting for cremation

Slave laborers at Mauthausen (Where Peter died):

Slave laborers at Mauthausen (Where Peter died)

Barracks at Mauthausen:

Barracks at Mauthausen

Survivors of Mauthausen:

Survivors of Mauthausen

Liberated from Mauthausen:

Liberated from Mauthausen

Allied soldiers discover bodies of prisoners in a boxcar:

Allied soldiers discover bodies of prisoners in a boxcar

Gas Chamber at Mauthausen:

Gas Chamber at Mauthausen

Gas chamber shower head:

Gas chamber shower head

Entrance to Auschwitz (Where Anne’s entire family was sent):

Entrance to Auschwitz (Where Anne’s entire family was sent)

1944 Jews arriving at Birkenau:

1944 Jews arriving at Birkenau

Separation of men and women upon arrival at Auschwitz:

Separation of men and women upon arrival at Auschwitz

Barracks at Birkenau:

Barracks at Birkenau

Barracks at Auschwitz:

Barracks at Auschwitz

Barracks at Auschwitz:

Barracks at Auschwitz

Inside barracks at Auschwitz:

Inside barracks at Auschwitz

Barbed wire fence at Auschwitz:

Barbed wire fence at Auschwitz

Fence at Auschwitz:

Fence at Auschwitz

Electric fence at Auschwitz:

Electric fence at Auschwitz

Female barracks at Auschwitz:

Female barracks at Auschwitz

Female laborers at Auschwitz:

Female laborers at Auschwitz

1944 Women at Birkenau:

1944 Women at Birkenau

Jewish children used in medical experiments:

Jewish children used in medical experiments

Furnaces at Auschwitz:

Furnaces at Auschwitz

Gallows at Auschwitz:

Gallows at Auschwitz

Mr. van Pels was killed by poisonous gas at Auschwitz:

Mr. van Pels was killed by poisonous gas at Auschwitz

Walk to the gas chamber:

Walk to the gas chamber

A death march from Auschwitz to another concentration camp (Peter had to do this):

A death march from Auschwitz to another concentration camp (Peter had to do this)

Anne’s family:

Anne’s family Anne’s family was on the very last train load of people to be sent from the Netherlands to Auschwitz. Anne’s mother died at Auschwitz, just a few weeks before the camp was liberated. Anne and Margot only stayed at Auschwitz for a few weeks before they were sent to Bergen-Belsen, where they died of Typhus. Margot died in February 1945 and Anne died in March. Otto Frank was the only member of the Secret Annex to survive for nine months (August 1944-May 1945) until the liberation of Auschwitz.

Slide 115:

All pictures used in this slide show came from www.annefrankguide.net and Jewish Virtual Library: Concentration Camps

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