Anne Frank by Meilissa C.

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Anne Frank : 

Anne Frank

Edith Frank with Annea day after her birth : 

Edith Frank with Annea day after her birth Annelies Marie Frank was born on June 12, 1929 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She was the second daughter of Otto Frank and Eddith Frank Holländer. Her sister Margot was three years older. Anne’s Father worked at his family’s bank. Her mother took care of everything at home.

On March 13 1933, Nazi Party won the elections for the municipal council. Adolf Hitler became chancellor and responsible for the new government. Before very long, there was discrimination against Jews. Germany changed from a democracy into a dictatorship. Anne’s parents began to fear what would to happen to them if they remained in Germany. Otto Frank’s bank was also in financial trouble because of the worldwide economic crisis. Otto and Edith Frank decided to leave Germany. : 

On March 13 1933, Nazi Party won the elections for the municipal council. Adolf Hitler became chancellor and responsible for the new government. Before very long, there was discrimination against Jews. Germany changed from a democracy into a dictatorship. Anne’s parents began to fear what would to happen to them if they remained in Germany. Otto Frank’s bank was also in financial trouble because of the worldwide economic crisis. Otto and Edith Frank decided to leave Germany.

In the summer 1933, Otto Frank went to Netherlands. He had the opportunity to set up a company in Amsterdam. During that period, Anne and Margot stayed with their grandmother, Rosa Holländer in Aachen, Germany. Their mother commuted to and from Amsterdam to find the family a place to live there. : 

In the summer 1933, Otto Frank went to Netherlands. He had the opportunity to set up a company in Amsterdam. During that period, Anne and Margot stayed with their grandmother, Rosa Holländer in Aachen, Germany. Their mother commuted to and from Amsterdam to find the family a place to live there. Anne and Margot Frank1933

Edith Frank & her daughters Center of Frankfurt am Main, March 10 1933The last photograph Otto Frank took before the family leaves Germany : 

Edith Frank & her daughters Center of Frankfurt am Main, March 10 1933The last photograph Otto Frank took before the family leaves Germany

By February 1934, Edith and the children had arrived in Amsterdam. In 1939, Edith’s mother came to live with the Franks and remained with them until her death in January 1942. : 

By February 1934, Edith and the children had arrived in Amsterdam. In 1939, Edith’s mother came to live with the Franks and remained with them until her death in January 1942. The Frank Family on Merwedeplein, Amsterdam 1941 The apartment block on the Merwedeplein where the Frank family lived from 1934 until 1942

On 10 May 1940, Germany invaded the Netherlands, and the occupation government began to persecute Jews bythe implementation of restrictive and discriminatory laws.On June 20 1942, Anne Frank celebrated her thirteenth birthday. She received a diary as a present. In her entry dated 20 June 1942, she lists many of the restrictions that had been placed upon the lives of the Dutch Jewish population, and also notes her sorrow at the death of her grandmother earlier in the year. : 

On 10 May 1940, Germany invaded the Netherlands, and the occupation government began to persecute Jews bythe implementation of restrictive and discriminatory laws.On June 20 1942, Anne Frank celebrated her thirteenth birthday. She received a diary as a present. In her entry dated 20 June 1942, she lists many of the restrictions that had been placed upon the lives of the Dutch Jewish population, and also notes her sorrow at the death of her grandmother earlier in the year.

On July 5 1942, Margot Frank received a call-up notice from the Zentralstelle für jüdische Auswanderug (Central Office for Jewish Emigration) ordering her to report for relocation to a work camp. Her parents have expected such a call-up. The secret hiding place is almost ready. : 

On July 5 1942, Margot Frank received a call-up notice from the Zentralstelle für jüdische Auswanderug (Central Office for Jewish Emigration) ordering her to report for relocation to a work camp. Her parents have expected such a call-up. The secret hiding place is almost ready.

On the morning of Monday, 6 July 1942,the family move into the hiding place. The hiding place was located in an empty section of the building by Otto Frank’s Company. Two small rooms, with an adjoining bathroom and toilet, were on the first level, and above that a larger open room, with a small room beside it. From this smaller room, a ladder led to the Attic. While business continued as usual in the front part of the building. The people hid in the annex out back. The entrance to the Secret Annex was concealed behind a moveable bookcase. : 

On the morning of Monday, 6 July 1942,the family move into the hiding place. The hiding place was located in an empty section of the building by Otto Frank’s Company. Two small rooms, with an adjoining bathroom and toilet, were on the first level, and above that a larger open room, with a small room beside it. From this smaller room, a ladder led to the Attic. While business continued as usual in the front part of the building. The people hid in the annex out back. The entrance to the Secret Annex was concealed behind a moveable bookcase.

The moveable bookcase that covered the entrance to the Secret Annexe : 

The moveable bookcase that covered the entrance to the Secret Annexe

Otto Frank & the helpers : 

Otto Frank & the helpers The Franks were helped by Otto Frank’s four employees: Miep Gies, Johannes Kleiman, Victor Kugler and Bep Voskuijl.

Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl sees to the necessities of daily life : 

Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl sees to the necessities of daily life

Johannes Kleiman kept the company going and was concerned with the safety of the people in hiding. : 

Johannes Kleiman kept the company going and was concerned with the safety of the people in hiding.

Victor Kugler was responsible for the company, and he always brings the people in hiding newspapers and magazines to read. : 

Victor Kugler was responsible for the company, and he always brings the people in hiding newspapers and magazines to read.

The Franks were also helped by Jan Gies, Miep’s husband who was able to arrange for ration coupons via his contacts and Johannes Hendrik Voskuijl, Bep’s father who constructes the moveable bookcase to conceal the entrance to the Secret Annex. : 

The Franks were also helped by Jan Gies, Miep’s husband who was able to arrange for ration coupons via his contacts and Johannes Hendrik Voskuijl, Bep’s father who constructes the moveable bookcase to conceal the entrance to the Secret Annex.

On 13 July, the Franks were joined by the van Pels family: Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, & Peter van Pels : 

On 13 July, the Franks were joined by the van Pels family: Hermann van Pels, Auguste van Pels, & Peter van Pels

In November, they were joined by Fritz Pfeffer, a dentist and an acquaintance of both the Franks and the van Pels family. : 

In November, they were joined by Fritz Pfeffer, a dentist and an acquaintance of both the Franks and the van Pels family.

On Friday morning, 4 August 1944, the helpers were working in the office in the front part of the building. Upstairs, the people in hiding were quietly going about their business. Suddenly, out front on the Prinsengracht, a vehicle came to a halt. Out jumped an SS-officer and three Dutch policeman. They entered the building and went directly to the office. Victor Kugler must escorted them to the Secret Annex. : 

On Friday morning, 4 August 1944, the helpers were working in the office in the front part of the building. Upstairs, the people in hiding were quietly going about their business. Suddenly, out front on the Prinsengracht, a vehicle came to a halt. Out jumped an SS-officer and three Dutch policeman. They entered the building and went directly to the office. Victor Kugler must escorted them to the Secret Annex.

The people in hiding and the two male helpers were arrested and taken for interrogation to a jail run by the Germans. The helpers were arrested and jailed at the penal camp for enemies of the regime at Amersfoort. Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl were left behind. They rescued Anne Frank’s diary papers. : 

The people in hiding and the two male helpers were arrested and taken for interrogation to a jail run by the Germans. The helpers were arrested and jailed at the penal camp for enemies of the regime at Amersfoort. Miep Gies and Bep Voskuijl were left behind. They rescued Anne Frank’s diary papers.

Anne's Diary Papers, The diaries, notebooks, and the loose sheets with Anne's notes and corrections : 

Anne's Diary Papers, The diaries, notebooks, and the loose sheets with Anne's notes and corrections

On 5 August, the people in hiding were transferred to the Huis van Bewaring (House of Detention) on the Weteringschans. On August 8, they were taken to Westerbork by passenger train. There they had to work all day breaking up old batteries. : 

On 5 August, the people in hiding were transferred to the Huis van Bewaring (House of Detention) on the Weteringschans. On August 8, they were taken to Westerbork by passenger train. There they had to work all day breaking up old batteries.

Camp Westerbork was a transit camp. From here Jews, gypsies, and members of the Resistance in the Netherlands were deported to the concentration and extermination camps : 

Camp Westerbork was a transit camp. From here Jews, gypsies, and members of the Resistance in the Netherlands were deported to the concentration and extermination camps

On 3 September, the group was deported from Westerbork to the Auschwitz concentration camp. They arrived after a three day journey. On the plattform at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the men were forcibly separated drom the women and children. Nazi doctors divide into two groups: prisoners who they considers fit enough to work and prisoners who will be killed immediately in the gas chambers. : 

On 3 September, the group was deported from Westerbork to the Auschwitz concentration camp. They arrived after a three day journey. On the plattform at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the men were forcibly separated drom the women and children. Nazi doctors divide into two groups: prisoners who they considers fit enough to work and prisoners who will be killed immediately in the gas chambers.

The front gate of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp : 

The front gate of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp

They were expected to perform heavy labor. After a short while, Hermann van Pels could no longer do this kind of work. He was murdered in the gas chamber.On 28 October 1944, Anne and Margot were transported from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Bergen-Belsen. Their mother remained behind in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Edith fell ill and died of exhaustion in January 1945. : 

They were expected to perform heavy labor. After a short while, Hermann van Pels could no longer do this kind of work. He was murdered in the gas chamber.On 28 October 1944, Anne and Margot were transported from Auschwitz-Birkenau to Bergen-Belsen. Their mother remained behind in Auschwitz-Birkenau. Edith fell ill and died of exhaustion in January 1945.

In November 1944, Auguste van Pells arrived at Bergen-Belsen. There she met Anne and Margot again. Auguste van Pels was only at Bergen-Belsen for a short while and probably died during a transport of prisoners to Theresiensdant. : 

In November 1944, Auguste van Pells arrived at Bergen-Belsen. There she met Anne and Margot again. Auguste van Pels was only at Bergen-Belsen for a short while and probably died during a transport of prisoners to Theresiensdant.

In March 1945, a typhus epidemic spread through the camp and killed approximately 17,000 prisoners. Anne and Margot succumb to typhus in March 1945, a few weeks before the camp was liberated by the British Army. : 

In March 1945, a typhus epidemic spread through the camp and killed approximately 17,000 prisoners. Anne and Margot succumb to typhus in March 1945, a few weeks before the camp was liberated by the British Army.

After liberation, the campwas burned in an effort to prevent further spread of disease. Anne and Margot were buried in a mass grave, the exact whereabouts of which is unknown. : 

After liberation, the campwas burned in an effort to prevent further spread of disease. Anne and Margot were buried in a mass grave, the exact whereabouts of which is unknown.

Memorial for Margot and Anne Frank at the former Bergen-Belsen site, along with floral and pictorial tributes : 

Memorial for Margot and Anne Frank at the former Bergen-Belsen site, along with floral and pictorial tributes

Otto Frank was liberated from Auschwitz on January 27, 1945. Shortly before his release, the Nazis evacuated the camp. Prisoners who could still walk, must go with them. Peter van Pels is among these prisoners. He arrived at Mathausen concentration camp in Austria at the end of January. He died of exhaustion on May 5, 1945. : 

Otto Frank was liberated from Auschwitz on January 27, 1945. Shortly before his release, the Nazis evacuated the camp. Prisoners who could still walk, must go with them. Peter van Pels is among these prisoners. He arrived at Mathausen concentration camp in Austria at the end of January. He died of exhaustion on May 5, 1945.

On 3 June 1945, Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam. He heard that his wife had died in Auschwitz. He still hopeful that his daughters were alive. On July 18, 1945, he met the Brilleslijper sisters who witnessed Anne and Margot’s deaths in Bergen-Belsen : 

On 3 June 1945, Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam. He heard that his wife had died in Auschwitz. He still hopeful that his daughters were alive. On July 18, 1945, he met the Brilleslijper sisters who witnessed Anne and Margot’s deaths in Bergen-Belsen

When Miep Gies heard the sad news, she gave Otto the diaries, notebooks, and loose sheets of paper containing Anne’s note. Otto began reading Anne’s diary. In her diary, Otto read about the plan Anne had to publish a book after the war about the time she spent in the Secret Annex. She had even edited and rewritten a large portion of her original diary. Finally, Otto Frank decided to fulfill his daughter’s wish. : 

When Miep Gies heard the sad news, she gave Otto the diaries, notebooks, and loose sheets of paper containing Anne’s note. Otto began reading Anne’s diary. In her diary, Otto read about the plan Anne had to publish a book after the war about the time she spent in the Secret Annex. She had even edited and rewritten a large portion of her original diary. Finally, Otto Frank decided to fulfill his daughter’s wish.

The diary was first published in Netherlands in 1947. In 1950, the diary was published in Germany and France. In 1952, it was published in United Kingdom. : 

The diary was first published in Netherlands in 1947. In 1950, the diary was published in Germany and France. In 1952, it was published in United Kingdom.

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