Bep and Miep kept the company running until Johannes Kleiman returned from captivity. In that same last year of the war, Bep also met Cor van Wijk. They married in May 1946, a year after the liberation. They had three sons and a daughter.
May 01, 2019 · Anne often wrote about “good-natured Bep” in her diary, including happenings in the large Voskuijl family of eight siblings. Voskuijl’s father, Johan, was also in on the secret of the Jews ...
Elisabeth "Bep" Voskuijl (Elli Vossen) (5 July 1919, Amsterdam – 6 May 1983, Amsterdam) helped conceal Anne Frank and her family from Nazi persecution during the occupation of the Netherlands. Bep was born in Amsterdam. She was one of the eight children of Johannes Hendrik Voskuijl and Mrs Voskuijl.
Elisabeth "Bep" Voskuijl (Dutch pronunciation: [eːlisabɛt bɛp ˈfɔskœyl]) (5 July 1919 – 6 May 1983) helped conceal Anne Frank and her family from Nazi persecution during the occupation of the Netherlands. In the early versions of The Diary of Anne Frank, she was given the pseudonym "Elli Vossen".
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Apr 08, 2015 · Sister of Otto Frank’s typist may have betrayed Anne Frank In new book, ‘Silence No More,’ nephew of Nelly Voskuijl posits she was a Nazi collaborator who revealed family’s Amsterdam hideout
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Karl Silberbauer was the Sicherheitsdienst (Nazi Security Service) officer who arrested Anne Frank and her family in their hiding place in 1944. He was tracked down and identified as the arresting...
Janny Brandes-Brilleslijper (24 October 1916 – 15 August 2003) and her sister Lientje, Anne and Margot's fellow prisoners in all three camps, had both trained as nurse aides and were among the last...Lee, Carol Ann (2000). The Biography of Anne Frank – Roses from the Earth. Viking. ISBN 0-7089-9174-2.Müller, Melissa; Kimber, Rita & Kimber, Robert (translators); With a note from Miep Gies (2000). Anne Frank – The Biography. Metropolitan books. ISBN 0-7475-4523-5.The Diary of Anne Frank: The Revised Critical Edition, Anne Frank, edited by David Barnouw and Gerrold Van der Stroom, translated by Arnold J. Pomerans, compiled by H. J. J. Hardy, second edition,...Jeroen De Bruyn and Joop van Wijk (2018). Anne Frank: The Untold Story. The hidden truth about Elli Vossen, the youngest helper of the Secret Annex. Bep Voskuijl Producties. ISBN 9789082901306
Apr 07, 2015 · The book, coauthored by Voskuijl’s son and the Flemish journalist Jeroen De Bruyn, explores the possibility that one of Elisabeth Voskuijl’s sisters, Nelly, was a Nazi collaborationist who may ...
Bep had married Cornelis van Wijk and raised four children; her daughter is named after Anne Frank. In 1973, Bep was awarded the title "Righteous among the Nations" by Yad Vashem, an honor for non-Jews who
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Mar 17, 2021 · Anne Frank and her family were hiding in little rooms behind her father’s business office. Two young women worked in the office: Miep and Bep. They helped all the people in hiding by bringing groceries and bread on a daily basis.