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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Margot Frank - Wikipedia

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    Margot Betti Frank (Frankfurt am Main, 16 februari 1926 – Bergen-Belsen, februari of maart 1945) was een uit Duitsland afkomstig Joods slachtoffer van de Holocaust.Ze heeft bekendheid gekregen als de drie jaar oudere zus van de beroemde Joodse dagboekschrijfster Anne Frank.

  4. Margot Frank - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Margot Betti Frank (Fráncfort del Meno, 16 de febrero de 1926 - Bergen-Belsen, c. 12 de febrero de 1945) fue la hermana mayor de Ana Frank.Su segundo nombre se debe a su tía materna, Bettina Holländer (1898-1914), quien murió de apendicitis.

  5. Margot Frank – Wikipedia

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    Margot las und lernte täglich viele Stunde mithilfe der zahlreichen Bücher, die die Familie Frank mitgenommen hatten. Über Margot schrieb Anne Frank am 12. Januar 1944: Margot ist so lieb geworden, sie scheint mir ganz anders zu sein als früher. Sie ist längst nicht mehr so schnippisch und wird nun eine wirkliche Freundin.

  6. Margot - Wikipedia

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    Margot Frank (1926–1945), sister of World War II diarist Anne Frank Margot van Geffen (born 1989), Dutch field hockey player Margot Heuman (born 1928), Holocaust survivor

  7. Margot Frank – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Margot Betti Frank (ur.16 lutego 1926 we Frankfurcie nad Menem, zm. koniec lutego / początek marca 1945 w obozie koncentracyjnym Bergen-Belsen) – starsza siostra Anne Frank, której nakaz deportacji do obozu koncentracyjnego przyspieszył decyzję Ottona Franka o ukryciu rodziny.

  8. 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.

  9. The main characters | Anne Frank House

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    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.

  10. The Margot is now more popular than the Margo one. Makes sense, as Margot is a name that has a lot going for it: spelled with or without the final 't', it's one of the few girls’ names with the dynamic o-ending sound; it's familiar, yet uncommon enough to be distinctive.

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