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    Margot Frank (1926–1945), sister of German World War II diarist Anne Frank; Margot van Geffen (born 1989), Dutch field hockey player; Margot Heuman (born 1928), German-born American Holocaust survivor; Margot Hielscher (1919–2017), German singer and actress; Margot Honecker (1927–2016), German politician, former wife of Erich Honecker

  2. 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.

  3. Lady Margot Fenring, was the Bene Gesserit wife of the Mentat Count Hasimir Fenring. Despite superficially falling under the influence of House Corrino, Margot fully served the Sisterhood to many ends. After the vast reduction of Bene Gesserit influence following the Ascension of House Atreides, Margot and her husband dedicated themselves to serving their own ends. The Sisterhood allowed her ...

  4. Sep 12, 2019 · Otto Frank was born to a liberal Jewish family on May 12, 1889, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Frank had three siblings: an older brother, and a younger brother and sister. His father, Michael ...

  5. Height marks of Anne and Margot Frank. From the start of the period in hiding, Otto and Edith Frank marked their daughters’ heights on their bedroom wall. In two years’ time, Margot grew 1 centimetre while Anne grew over 13 centimetres. Photo collection: Anne Frank Stichting, Amsterdam

  6. Anne and Margot were eventually transported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where they both die of typhus just a month before the camp is liberated by the Allies. Anne's father is the lone survivor of the Frank family, and his former employee, Miep, gave him Anne's diaries, which she found in the Annex after the SS ransacked it.

  7. Nov 09, 2009 · Anne Frank (1929-1945), a young Jewish girl, her sister, and her parents moved to the Netherlands from Germany after Adolf Hitler and the Nazis came to power ... Margot Frank received a letter ...

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