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Anne Frank is the best-known victim of the Jewish genocide known as the Holocaust, which was ordered by Germany's Adolf Hitler during World War II. When German troops occupied the Netherlands, Anne Frank and her family spent two years hiding from the Nazis in a small set of rooms in Amsterdam, protected by non-Jewish friends. The Franks were finally discovered in August of 1944 and sent to concentration camps; Anne Frank died the next year in a typhus epidemic at the camp at Bergen-Belsen. Her More »
Name at Birth: Annelies Marie Frank
Born: June 12, 1929 (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

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Friedrich "Fritz" Pfeffer (30 April 1889 – 20 December 1944) was a German dentist and Jewish ... Pfeffer was given the pseudonym Albert Dussel in Anne's diary, and remains known as such in many editions and ... In the autumn of 1942, he decided to go into hiding and asked Miep Gies about some suitable addresses.

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Those hiding could be caught and put in concentration camps. It was really hard to hide since you have to have supplies, so your supply line could get.

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In 1942, Frank and her family went into hiding in a secret apartment behind her ... Anne Frank's diary of her family's time in hiding, first published in 1947, has been ... The group lived in constant fear of being discovered and could never go outside. ... While she detailed typical teenage issues such as crushes on boys, ...

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From Monday July 6, 1942 the Frank family goes into hiding. ... In her diary, Anne Frank jots down her first impression of her new roommate: ''...a very nice man”.

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The Frank family goes into hiding in the secret annex on July 6, 1942. ... to be careful. It's very tense. Anne uses her diary to get her frustrations off her chest.

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Otto and Edith Frank have been arranging a hiding place in the secret annex.

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The people in hiding live in continual fear of being discovered. ... As often as she can, Anne pours out her heart to her diary: “The nicest part is being able to write ...

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Anne Frank: her life story, the diary and the secret annex. ... to the Netherlands; 1940The German invasion; 1942The hiding place; A diary as a best friend ...

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Out of all of the people from secret annex, only Otto Frank survives. ... Anne Frank Diary Museum Information History Education ... Margot and Anne Frank are selected for a transport to Bergen-Belsen . .... he hears his name, he looks up in alarm, as if he's afraid he'll be called upon to resolve another delicate problem.