Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank (12 June 1929 – February 1945) was a German- born Jewish girl ... survived in the achterhuis (literally "back-house", usually translated as "secret annex") for more than two years before they were betrayed. .... She and her husband, Jan, took Otto Frank into their home, where he lived from ...
The Anne Frank House (Dutch: Anne Frank Huis) is a writer's house and biographical museum ... The Achterhuis (Dutch for "back house") or Secret Annex — as it was called in The Diary ... In 2007, over one million people visited the museum.
All cooped up. The people in the Secret Annex can never go outside, and have to remain silent all day. They live in constant fear of discovery. It's tough for ...
Four of Otto's employees help them. Everyone lives in constant fear of discovery. And it's certainly not easy for eight people to live in such close quarters.
Short biographies of Anne Frank, the other people in hiding in the secret annex and their helpers.
The secret annex is an empty section of the building owned by Otto Frank's ... in the front part of the building, there are people hiding in the annex out back.
The people in the secret annex had to hide because their lives were in danger. The Netherlands was occupied by the German army. They wanted to arrest all ...
The people in the Secret Annex had a lot of space compared to a lot of other ... The communal living room and Hermann and Auguste van Pels's bedroom is:
Seventy years ago this month, Frank and her Secret Annex co-fugitives ... “There were people who threw themselves against the electric fence,” said de Jong-van Naarden. ... Earlier that winter, with just weeks to live, the Frank sisters helped ...