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  1. Margot Frank is best known as ‘the sister of Anne’, forever standing in her shadow. The image that we have of her is mainly based on Anne's critical view. How did others see her and what is known about her life? Margot Betti Frank was born in Frankfurt am Main on 16 February 1926. She was the first child of Otto and Edith Frank.

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    Margot Betti Frank (16 February 1926 – c. February or March 1945) was the elder daughter of Otto Frank and Edith Frank and the elder 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 it has ever been found.

  3. Feb 28, 2018 · The oldest daughter of Edith and Otto Frank, Margot Frank was three years older than Anne. She was born in 1926 and was 16 when she and her family went into hiding the day after receiving call-up papers summoning them to a labor camp in Germany on July 5, 1942.

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  4. Feb 15, 2020 · Margot was a member of the “Society for the Promotion of Water Sports Among Young People,” and her club, near the Berlage Bridge, was a short bicycle ride from the Frank family apartment in the...

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  5. Character Analysis Margot Frank. Margot was three years older than Anne so was probably more aware of the family's move from Germany to Holland, which took place when she was seven years old. 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.

  6. Apr 6, 2011 · We learn that Margot spoke Dutch, made friends and continued to do her Latin homework, even when in hiding. We know that she was born in 1926 and aspired to be a maternity nurse in Palestine. She played sports such as tennis and skating and participated in rowing races until 1941, when she was forced to leave the rowing club because she was Jewish.

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