During World War II, Anne Frank hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the 17th-century canal house, known as the Secret Annex (Dutch: Achterhuis). Anne Frank did not survive the war, but in 1947 her wartime diary was published. In 1957, the Anne Frank Foundation ...
The Secret Annex Online is a virtual, 3D version of the building at 263 Prinsengracht in Amsterdam where Anne Frank was in hiding for more than two years during World War II and where she wrote her world famous diary.
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The secret annex is an empty section of the building owned by Otto Frank's company.
The Frank family goes into hiding in the secret annex on July 6, 1942.
Anne Frank remained in hiding in the Secret Annex for more than two years. She was not alone there. She was together with her parents, sister and four other Jewish people: Hermann and Auguste van Pels, their son Peter and Fritz Pfeffer. Anne often felt upset. The only thing that could really help Anne during these ...
In this drawing you can roughly see how the Secret Annex looked from the inside. The people in the Secret Annex had a lot of space compared to a lot of other people who were forced to go into hiding. Anne even mentions in her diary that the hiding place is "ideal." Anne Frank and Fritz Pfeffer's room is: 5.05 m (16 ft 7 in) ...
Jun 12, 2017 ... AMSTERDAM — Although it's difficult to fathom today, the building that concealed Anne Frank's wartime hiding place was nearly toppled by a wrecking- ball in 1957. Six decades and millions of visitors later, the venerated Anne Frank House is undergoing another makeover in the Amsterdam edifice's ...