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    Older sister of Anne Frank

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  1. Born on: 16 February 1926. Daughter to: Otto Frank and Edith Frank-Holländer. Sister to: Anne (1929) In hiding: 6 July 1942. Arrested: 4 August 1944. Died: February 1945. 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.

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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.

  3. Margot Frank was the sister of Anne Frank. Person. Margot Betti Frank. Born on: Feb. 16, 1926. Born in: Frankfurt am Main, Duitsland. Died in: Bergen-Belsen, Duitsland. Margot Frank, Amsterdam, mei 1939. Polyfoto. Fotocollectie: Anne Frank Stichting, Amsterdam. Publiek domein.

  4. Margot Frank - Anne Frank Fonds. Jetteke Frida - Anne Frank Fonds. The Holocaust • The Holocaust was the genocide of European Jews during World War II. Between 1941 and 1945, Nazi Germany and its collaborators systematically murdered some six million Jews across German-occupied Europe, around two-thirds of Europe's Jewish population. Watch on.

  5. Dec 5, 2008 · Margot Frank. About Margot. Margot was born on 16 February 1926 in Frankfurt, Germany - the first child of Edith and Otto. Before the Secret Annex. The Frank family moved to Holland in 1933...

  6. Margot en Anne Frank, Frankfurt am Main, 1933. Vervaar Copyright: Status onduidelijk. About the relationship between Margot and Anne, the sources indicate both harmony and conflict. Margot was often given and/or assumed the role of older sister. In her diary, Anne writes about this:

  7. Margot Frank attended synagogue, had Jewish classes and was a member of a Zionist youth club. Subject. Otto Frank said of Margot: "Mr. Dussel had a rather orthodox education, whereas my wife was progressive and had a deep religious feeling. Margot followed more or less my wife." [1] Furthermore, a letter has been preserved in which Otto wrote ...

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