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Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank was a German-born diarist. One of the most discussed Jewish ... parents encouraged the children to read. At the time of Anne's birth the family lived in a house at Marbachweg 307, where they rented two floors.

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The roots of the family of Anne Frank can be traced back to the Judengasse ( Jews' lane) in Frankfurt am Main. From 1462, this was the ghetto of the city. All 110 ...

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The roots of the family of Anne Frank can be traced back to the Judengasse ( Jews' lane)in Frankfurt. The Stern and Cahn families, direct ancestors of Anne ...

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Otto Frank with his daughters Margot and Anne Frank in 1930. ... The Frank family on July 16, 1941 on their way to the wedding of Miep Santrouschitz and Jan ...

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The Frank family are actually from Germany. Anne and her sister Margot were born in Frankfurt am Main, a big city in the south of Germany. Their father grew up  ...

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The Franks were discovered in 1944 and sent to concentration camps; only Anne's father survived. Anne Frank's diary of her family's time in hiding, first ...

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Watch the video about the short life of Anne Frank and read more about her diary and her life in ... Anne has indicated (right, centre) where the Frank family lives.

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During the Second World War, Anne Frank's family went into hiding in the Secret Annex with the Van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer. Get to know them here.

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The only member of the Frank family who survived the Holocaust was Anne's father, Otto, who later worked diligently to get his daughter's diary published.