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  1. Margot Betti Frank, named after her maternal aunt Bettina Holländer (1898–1914), was born in Frankfurt, Germany, to Jewish parents, Otto and Edith, and lived in the outer suburbs of the city with her parents, Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer, and also her younger sister Anne Frank, during the early years of her life.

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  2. Margot Frank - Wikipedia

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    Margot Betti Frank, named after her maternal aunt Bettina Holländer (1898–1914), was born in Frankfurt, Germany, to Jewish parents, Otto and Edith, and lived in the outer suburbs of the city with her parents, Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer, and also her younger sister Anne Frank, during the early years of her life.

    • German until 1941; stateless from 1941
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    • Anne & Margot Frank :: My immortal.
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    • Margot Frank portrait - English Subtitles
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    • Short documentary about the sister of Anne Frank
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    • Margot Frank Classmates in Color - Anne Frank Sister
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  3. Margot Frank | Anne Frank House

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    Margot Betti Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main on 16 February 1926. She was the first child of Otto and Edith Frank. As a proud mother, Edith wrote everything down in a baby book: from the presents she received to the first time Margot said ‘Mummy' and her first steps.

  4. Margot Frank - CliffsNotes

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    Character Analysis Margot Frank Margot was a quiet, obedient child, who always kept her clothes neat and clean, unlike her younger sister. She was considered the more beautiful and the more intelligent of the two, and Anne resented her for this sometimes, as she notes in her diary.

  5. Feb 28, 2018 · The biggest difference between Anne Frank‘s diary and her sister Margot Frank’s diary is that the latter was never found.. Loose sheets of papers strewn across the floor of the Achterhuis, the secret hiding place above Otto Frank’s office that the family hid in from July 1942 to August 1944, made up the manuscript of Anne Frank’s diary.

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  6. Margot Frank - Bio, Facts, Family | Famous Birthdays

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    Learn about Margot Frank: her birthday, what she did before fame, her family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more.

    • February 16, 1926
    • March 9, 1945
  7. Margot Betti Frank (16 February 1926 – February 1945) was the elder daughter of Otto and Edith Frank and the older sister of Anne Frank. Margot's deportation order from the Gestapo hastened the Frank family into hiding. According to the diary of her younger sister, Anne, Margot kept a diary of her own, but no trace of Margot's diary has ever ...

  8. 10 Facts about Margot Frank | Less Known Facts

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    May 27, 2017 · Facts about Margot Frank 9: hiding. Margot and her family decided to hide in an office building of her father after she had a notice to report on a labor camp on 5 July 1942. Read Also: 10 Facts about Malia Obama. Facts about Margot Frank 10: life in the concentration camp. Margot was sent to Dutch Westerbork concentration camp.

  9. No wallflower: Margot Frank comes out of her sister's shadow ...

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    Although Margot Frank kept a diary while in hiding, only her sister’s writings survived the war. Since then, Anne Frank’s older sister has had a low-key legacy, usually depicted as Anne’s ...

  10. The Lost Diary of Margot Frank - Moment

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    Apr 06, 2011 · While the Diary of Anne Frank is an undeniable historical gem, as well as an extraordinary source of first hand emotion, one story remains relatively overlooked: that of her sister Margot, The Other Frank. Though a temporary exhibit running at the Anne Frank House is dedicated to shining some light on Margot, its title, “Anne’s Sister ...

  11. The Silent Sister: The Diary Of Margot Frank: Alouf-Mizrahi ...

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    Anne Frank: the symbol of the Holocaust. Yet six million voices reverberate in utter silence. Margot Frank, unbeknownst to many, kept a diary in hiding too. The Silent Sister is Margot's viewpoint and her personal journey. Margot lets us into her world, her take on the War, the Annexe, Peter, and her secret love, Mordechai, and more.

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